2017 Hawaii Health Workforce Summit: Reinvigorating Your Practice in Times of Change
Saturday, September 9, 2017
8:30AM – 5:00PM
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort – Coral Ballrooms
The 2017 Hawaii Health Workforce Summit will be on Saturday September 9, 2017.
- Same day inter-island airfare is provided free for physicians and Hawaii State Rural Health Association members who have requested travel in advance.
- The 2017 Hawaii Health Workforce Summit is organized by the Hawaii/Pacific Basin Area Health Education Center.
- Reception to follow.
- Breakfast/Lunch/Snacks and parking provided.
- Registration and travel requests close 8/15/2017
- Hilton Hawaiian Village Coral Ballrooms
- 7.25 Hours of CME
- 7.5 Hours of NASW Credits
Topics to be covered include:
- Topics cover medical and dental topics, practice resources for expanding reimbursement, telehealth, geriatrics, interprofessional practice and healthcare provider happiness. Participants are encouraged to network with colleagues and meet potential future colleagues-students and residents.
Featured speakers include:
- Dr. Dike Drummond, The Happy MD on Building Career and Personal Satisfaction
- Carl Taylor, How To Survive In A Hostile Environment
- Madam Liu Ya Fei, Qi Gong master, Hebei Medical Qi Gong Hospital, Qi Gong and Tai Chi for Burnout Prevention
The Hawaii/Pacific Basin Area Health Education Center (AHEC) improves the health of the underserved through education. There are four main activity areas: Educating and recruiting students to health professions from K-12 schools. Educating health professions students in the rural and underserved communities of Hawaii, often in multi professional teams. Recruiting health care professionals to rural and underserved areas and providing continuing education. Providing community based and community driven education for all underserved groups in Hawaii. Important areas of concentration are improving video teleconferencing capabilities as well as telemedicine and telehealth utilization, and performing health and health workforce needs assessments.
Our goal is to facilitate access to an abundant supply of knowledgeable and culturally competent providers through training and recruitment partnerships that will improve the diversity, distribution and quality of the health professions workforce. AHECs provide accredited, high quality continuing education offerings and professional support to meet the needs of health care professionals, especially those practicing in underserved areas. These programs are designed to enhance clinical skills and help maintain professional certifications. Programs also focus on recruitment, placement and retention activities to address community and state health care workforce needs.