Building Systems to Evaluate Food Insecurity Screening and Diabetes in an FQHC


Danielle Lazar, MA, DrPh Candidate

Director of Research, Access Community Health Network

Kathleen Gregory, MBA

Principal, Kathleen Gregory Consulting, LLC

Jonathan Blitstein, PhD.

Public Health Psychologist, RTI International

Session Goals:

1. Describe innovation in practice within an FQHC that addresses food insecurity
2. Describe the origin, purpose and framework of the evaluation
3. Share lessons learned from system wide evaluation of the innovation – from initial planning to implementation
4. Share lessons as to what it takes to build a culture of research and evaluation within a community health setting

Learning Objectives:

1. Describe key considerations for partnership between researchers and community based practices
2. Describe methodology and process for developing systems for evaluation within community based practice
3. Describe practice innovation to address food insecurity within a community health network

A live webcast sponsored by:

Access Community Health Network, N2-PBRN and Clinical Directors Network, Inc. (CDN)


April 23, 2018: 1:00 – 2:00 PM EDT

Slideset –

Building Systems to Evaluate Food Insecurity Screening and Diabetes in an FQHC (PDF)


This webcast is approved for up to 1.0 Prescribed CME credits by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP). Enduring CME Credits. Enduring Credits valid until April 23, 2019.

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