Through support from the Health Resources & Services Administration, NCECE provides free training opportunities to educate and support existing and potential health center grantees and look-alikes. These Learning Collaboative sessions provide attendees helpful information that addresses specialized topics.
Attendees are encouraged to provide us comments and questions before each session. Our team of NCECE experts and subject expert consultants lead these peer-to-peer sessions to empower health centers with the knowledge and training to better serve older adult patients. Attendees can access each live, web-based Learning Collaborative series via smartphone, tablet, or desktop computer.
To learn more about Learning Collaboratives and other Training and Technical Assistance visit the Health Resources & Services Administration website.
Applying to NCECE Learning Collaboratives
HRSA-funded health center and health center program look-alike personnel are encouraged to apply for enrollment in our free Learning Collaborative series. If you are unsure if your organization is a HRSA-funded health center or look-alike, you can check out HRSA's Find a Health Center resource or contact us for clarification before applying.
Current Learning Collaboratives
Registration is now closed for our Fall 2019 Learning Collaboratives. If you are interested in learning more about future series or registering for our free webinars, contact us for more information.
As upcoming Learning Collaborative sessions are scheduled, registration links will be provided on this page. New Learning Collaboratives are also announced on our News & Events page and on the NCECE Twitter and NCECE LinkedIn.
Past Learning Collaboratives
March - April 2019: Addressing Common Geriatric Syndromes Associated with Diabetes
November 2018 - January 2019: Improving the Quality of End of Life Care for Older Adults in Health Centers
November 2018 - January 2019: Substance Use Disorders (SUD) and Addictions among Older Adults in Health Centers
April - June 2018: Integrating Primary Care, Oral Health and Behavioral Health for Older Adults
Your Comments Shape Future Sessions
Following the conclusion of each Learning Collaborative session, attendees are encouraged to provide their comments and suggestions to continue shaping future NCECE-hosted Learning Collaboratives. We also encourage existing and potential health center grantees and look-alikes interested in learning more about the training and technical assistance we offer to contact us for more information.