CHW Certification Trends and Minnesota Update Introduction and

CHW Certification Trends and Minnesota Update Introduction and

CHW Certification Trends and Minnesota Update Introduction and Goals Julie Ralston Aoki

Beginning of multi-year process Summary of work the Alliance has completed CHW involvement is critical- Nothing about us without us Opportunity for stakeholder involvement throughout information gathering First things first..

Defining terms: o CHW Certificate: One and done Indicates completion of a course(s) with a specific focus Current state of CHW training in MN o CHW Certification: Not one and done Indicates competency measured against a set of standards Ongoing training (CEUs), renewal, can be lost o CHW Registry: CHW database location, employer, languages, etc.

Manage CEUs, certification requirements, renewal +/- certification --> low risk, very high reward Beginning with a Registry Why a registry Type of data to collect Keeper of the Registry

Evaluating Certification The Good The Challenges Database of CHWs (ie. a registry!) Continuing education

Over-professionalization Tiered practice levels Grandfathering/mothering Increased credibility Increased standardization Others? Barriers to entry

Costs Continuing education Tiered practice levels Others? Exploring Certification

Highest Hopes Barriers or challenges Things for the Alliance to consider during the process Barometer Thank You! For More Information Contact:

Name: Dr. Kathleen Call Title: Alliance Public Policy Committee Chairperson Organization: UMN- School of Public Health Health Policy and Management email address: [email protected]

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