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REGISTER NOW! Healthy Living with Chronic Pain Cross Training

Chronic Pain Self-Management (CPSMP) is the English version of the Chronic Disease Self-Management (CDSMP) program developed by Dr. Sandra LeFort and Dr. Kate Lorig at the Stanford Patient Education Research Center. In Arizona, CPSMP is known as Healthy Living with Chronic Pain (CPSMP). CPSMP is a copyrighted program that requires organizations and leaders to operate …

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Register Now! Healthy Living in Spanish (TCS) & Healthy Living with Diabetes (DSMP) Trainings!

Healthy Living with Diabetes (DSMP) Cross Training This is a 2 day leader training for those wishing to facilitate DSMP workshops. Participants MUST be previously trained in Healthy Living (CDSMP) or Healthy Living in Spanish (TCS). The training will be held adjacent to the hospital at : Morrison Building, South entrance 1875 W Frye Rd. …

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2017 Symposium Documents

Thank you all to those who attended our 2017 Symposium “Sustaining Chronic Disease Self-Management Education in Arizona.” Please see below for electronic copies of all handouts in addition to the presentation made by AZLWI Director, Wendy O’Donnell. Symposium Powerpoint Presentation Healthy Living System  2017 Healthy Living Partners AZ Living Well Brochure Healthy Living Workshops  Healthy Living …

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New Healthy Living Fidelity Documents in English Available!

We have created new fidelity documents for Master Trainers to use while conducting fidelity checks! To view and download the new documents, please find them under the licensing tab above, on the ‘fidelity and implementation tools’ page.

2017 Symposium

REGISTER NOW!   Please join the Arizona Living Well Institute for a day of statewide collaboration. Together with partners implementing Chronic Disease Self-Management Education (CDSME) programs across Arizona, come learn best practices from fellow organizations and get informed on what’s new in CDSME in Arizona. Hear success stories and which direction the Institute is heading …

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FREE Webinar for Community Health Workers: Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Standards

Healthy Living with Diabetes (DSMP) Leader Training in Springerville

DSMP is the English version of the Diabetes Self-Management Program developed by Dr. Kate Lorig at the Stanford Patient Education Research Center. DSMP is a copyrighted program that requires organizations and leaders to operate under a license. In Arizona, DSMP is known as Healthy Living with Diabetes (DSMP). This is a 4 day leader training …

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Healthy Living (CDSMP) Leader Training in Tucson

Please join Pima County Health Department for a 4-Day Healthy Living (CDSMP) Lay Leader Training. This training will train leaders to facilitate Stanford University’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program. Dates: Thursday, 6/22 9:00-4:30 Friday, 6/23 9:00-4:30 Thursday, 6/29 9:00-4:30 Friday, 6/30 9:00-4:30 Attendance is mandatory all 4 days!! Location: Abrams Public Health Center 3950 S Country …

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Healthy Living with Diabetes (DSMP) Update Training – March 2017

Stanford University recently majorly updated their DSMP materials. This update training is only for DSMP trained Lay Leaders who are active and current with their DSMP certification in Central Arizona. Those who are currently active DSMP Lay Leaders need to attend the update training to receive the new manual. Please join the Arizona Living Well …

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Healthy Living (CDSMP) Leader Training in Phoenix – March 2017

Please join the Arizona Living Well Institute for a Healthy Living (CDSMP) Leader Training in Phoenix. Leaders are the heart and soul of the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP). After attending this training, leaders will be able to facilitate CDSMP workshops under a licensed agency. The Training will take place the following dates and times …

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