Highlights include a message from Irene M. Ibarra, President and CEO, about improving kids’ access to health care; a look at the rural health track program at the University of Colorado Denver Health Sciences Center's School of Medicine; an announcement that a survey of Colorado Baby Boomers is underway; an update on The Trust's Bullying Prevention effort; and an announcement of the report Kids’ Health Care Access: Diagnosis and Prescription for Improvement. This edition also includes an interview with retired Trustee Sister Lillian Murphy and a tribute to founding Trustee Bill Beattie.
Highlights include a grantee story on practicing medicine in rural Colorado. Other articles focus on building Colorado's health professions workforce; a "Scopes of Care" study that's underway; The Trust's support of the Frontline film Sick Around the World; an Equality in Health grantee as the recipient of the 2008 John R. Moran, Jr. Leadership Award; and a tribute to Dr. Donald Fink, a founding Trustee. Also included are overviews of several publications: Governor’s Dialogue on Health Care Vision and Values; Colorado Baby Boomers: Challenges and Opportunities, and Immigrant Integration Educator Resource Guide.
Features the recipient of The Colorado Trust's 2009 Grantee Leadership Award and an overview of a project that analyzes the economic impact of health care. Also includes an interview with the Interim Executive Director of the Center for Improving Value in Health Care (CIVHC), a wrap-up of the successful Colorado 5 Million Lives Campaign, and announcements of The Trust's new website, publication and broadcasts.
Highlights include an interview with Arja P. Adair, President and CEO of the Colorado Foundation for Medical Care (The Trust’s coordinating agency for its Colorado 100k Lives Campaign), as well as grantee news and an update on The Trust’s Equality in Health initiative. Announcements include the availability of the evaluation report summary of The Trust’s Palliative Care effort, the Colorado Childhood Immunization Rates: Policy and Practice white paper and The Trust’s 2004 Annual Report.
Includes an update on The Trust's Colorado 100k Lives Campaign, as well as an announcement about The Trust's Healthy Aging initiative to support senior-serving organizations. Also features The Trust's Immigrant Integration effort and a grant to the Metro Denver Health & Wellness Commission to help prevent obesity. Additionally, The Trust recognizes a model grantee and welcomes new board and staff members.
Highlights include a grantee story, workplace wellness at the Food Bank for Larimer County, and recognition of Safe2Tell as The Trust's first leadership award recipient. Also included is a message from Irene M. Ibarra, President and CEO, stressing the importance of partnerships to address the problem of suicide in our state, and updates on The Trust's Equality in Health, Healthy Aging and Immigrant Integration efforts, and announcements of cardiovascular and stroke guidelines and a health care workforce website.
The summer edition of The Colorado Trust’s quarterly newsletter features a new study that explores health care affordability, as well as the story of Kristen Castor, a participant in the study. Also included is information about recent Congressional briefings by the Partnership for a Healthy Colorado, the launch of a statewide patient-centered medical home pilot program, and an announcement of the new Center for the Study of the Safety Net. Additional articles highlight The Trust’s Immigrant Integration and Partnerships for Health grants, and a new report on suicide prevention.
Includes a look at how the Metro Denver Black Church initiative is helping to address racial and ethnic health disparities, as well as updates on The Trust’s Colorado 100k Lives Campaign, Partnerships for Health initiative and continuing support of nurse-home visitation. This edition also announces The Trust's support of Denver’s 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness and the Colorado Health Institute's Health Professions Workforce Database.
Highlights "Dialogues on Immigrant Integration," an effort to develop understanding, support and collaboration among immigrants and non-immigrants in Boulder County. Also included is a summary of events on school violence prevention and school health, and an overview of The Trust's participation in a statewide assessment of how Baby Boomers envision themselves regarding work, service and learning. This edition also features an interview with Jean Jones, who has concluded her tenure as a member of The Trust's Board of Trustees; recognition of the San Luis Valley Victim Offender Reconciliation Program, a Bullying Prevention grantee; and the impact of technical assistance under the Health Professions initiative.
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