Start Date: 5/28/2020 1:00 PM CDT
End Date: 5/28/2020 2:15 PM CDT
Venue Name: GoToWebinar Location:
TN United States 37604
Tennessee Primary Care Association
Registration is FREE for TPCA Members and $15 for Non-Members
This educational opportunity is for health center staff at all levels who work with special populations, including the migratory and seasonal agricultural workers (MSAW) population, or who have an interest in learning more.
While the assessment and treatment of pain is a universally important health care issue, modern medicine still struggles to agree on a method to measure pain perception. Studies show that although nearly all people experience pain sensations similarly, differences among people based on culture, gender, age, and a variety of characteristics influence the way people express their pain and expect others to respond to their discomfort. There are often conflicting attitudes about using pain medication. An understanding of the impact of culture on the pain experience is important to assuring effective patient care. This session will review a series of considerations when developing an approach to pain management, addressing some of the most common issues faced by patients and providers.
Presenter: Deliana Garcia, MA, Migrant Clinicians Network
Deliana Garcia is the Director of International Projects and Emerging Issues for Migrant Clinicians Network. Ms. Garcia has dedicated more than twenty-five years to the health and wellness needs of migrant and other underserved populations. Throughout her career she has worked in the areas of reproductive health, sexual and intimate partner violence, access to primary care, and infectious disease control and prevention.
Ms. Garcia is responsible for the development and expansion of Health Network, an international bridge case management and patient navigation system to make available across international borders the health records of migrants diagnosed with infectious and chronic diseases. She has served as a Principal Investigator or member of the research team for a number of studies addressing topics, such as sexual and intimate partner violence prevention among Latino migrant and immigrant families, trauma in transit for migrants crossing international borders, and emotionally-charged dialogue between patients and health care providers.
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This program is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under award U58CS06816 State and Regional Primary Care Associations. This information or content and conclusions are those of the author and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsement be inferred by HRSA, HHS, or the U.S. Government.