Introduction to Chronic Disease: Impact & Risk Factors

In this tutorial we will look at patterns of chronic disease in the United States. We see how rates of chronic disease can vary by age, sex, race, ethnicity or geographic location. We will also look at several chronic disease risk factors such as smoking, obesity and high blood pressure and see what patient navigators can do to improve patient health.

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Which of the following best describes the type of navigator you are: Healthcare provider (MD, RN, NP)
Healthcare administrator
Layperson with no healthcare-related degree or certificate (e.g. CHA, CHW or promotora)
Paraprofessional with healthcare-related degree or certificate (e.g. nurse educator, health educator)
Social Worker
Other
In what setting do you work as a patient navigator? (choose all that apply) Hospital
Cancer Center
Community Health Center
Community based organization/agency
Insurer
Health Department
Other:
Are you Female
Male
Which best describes your age: 0 to 17 years
18 to 34
35 to 49
50 to 64
over 65
Are you located in Colorado? Yes. If yes, what county?
No.
What is your highest level of education completed? High school or GED
Some college coursework but not degree
Associate's degree
Degree from a Technical School
Other Certification:
Bachelor's degree
Master's degree
Doctoral degree
What is your race? African American or Black
Asian or Pacific Islander
Native American, American Indian, or Alaskan Native
White/Caucasian
Other
Are you Hispanic? Yes
No
How did you learn about this training? (check all that apply) Told by Clinic/hospital
Saw Fliers in Community
Received a mailings (snail mail and e-mail)
Saw in newspaper
Heard on radio
Saw it on a Webpage
Saw on TV
Someone told me about it/Word of mouth
Other