in-person trainings

Practices in rural South Carolina have unique needs 

Residents in rural South Carolina have unique needs that play a major role in their health outcomes and quality of life. Health and behavioral health professionals who understand the specific needs, barriers, and strength of their patient population are able to successfully engage with those patients and provide high quality, patient-centered care. This training aims to provide necessary education and best practices related to the unique needs of vulnerable populations in rural SC, as well as specific health disparities present in our state. 

We hope to be part of a statewide collaborative solution to ensure that all SC residents have fair and equitable access to healthcare.

Coming to a place near you...

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This training aims to:

Upcoming

training dates

22

May

Mid-Carolina AHEC

Online Webinar

9:00 am - 11:00 pm

Webinar Closed

04

June

Lowcountry AHEC

Online Webinar

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

14

August

Upstate AHEC

Online

9:00 am - 11:00 pm

28

August

Pee Dee AHEC

Online

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

#1

Identify demographics and related characteristics of vulnerable populations in rural South Carolina.

#2

Provide specific examples of health disparities experienced by vulnerable populations in rural South Carolina.

#3

Identify community strengths, assets, and resources you can use when engaging with patients or clients in need. 

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For questions about training locations, please contact SC AHEC Coordinator Katelyn Bailey at kbailey@comporium.net