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Supporting Rural Health Practitioners through Training, Practices and Resilience | Northwest Rural Health Conference
Supporting Rural Health Practitioners through Training, Practices and Resilience, Northwest Rural Health Conference | Recorded Conference Presentation
June 15, 2022

This one-hour conference session discusses training and technical assistance for the rural mental health/behavioral health workforce.


ABOUT THIS RESOURCE

Speakers:

  • Christina Clayton, LICSW, CDP, Co-Director, Northwest Mental Health Technology Transfer Center
  • Dr. Phillip Hawley, Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic
  • Stephanie Hoffman, Family Support Partners & Training 
  • Slides from this session

The Northwest Rural Health Conference brings together rural healthcare professionals and subject matter experts from the field to collaborate, educate, and brainstorm innovative ways to bring quality care to our rural communities. Through collaboration of the Washington State Department of Health State Office of Rural Health, the WWAMI AHEC Programs, the Washington Rural Health Association and the Rural Health Clinic Association of Washington this annual conference brings together a consortium of rural healthcare professionals from around the region to provide an experience that expands professional knowledge, promotes partnership, and explores the new and emerging opportunities to advance rural health.

Learn more about the 2022 conference.