Peer & Provider Training
An informed and empowered seasoned woman understands that she is a partner in her health journey. We train healthcare providers in techniques to improve their patient engagement with post-menopausal women. We also equip peer support teams with tools to assist women with navigating resources, health, and community services.
Using our Project Nana tool kit, providers are trained to identify biases, improve the office culture/environment, communications and trust among their seasoned patients. Using our step-by-step questionnaire and guide, providers are introduced to techniques to improve their patient engagement in order to acquire necessary medical and social history and to have safe conversations on more sensitive topics such as sexual activity/history, gynecologic and aging issues.
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In collaboration with George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, we offer workshops to learn more about the attitudes, knowledge and beliefs of continuing gynecologic health care in women 55 and older or those who are post-menopausal from medical reasons. Our workshops are creative educational experiences providing up-to-date information on gynecologic cancers, women's and sexual health using humor, Nanalogues, and peer reviewed presentations for eligible participants.