Workforce Development

Our approach to health-related workforce development is informed by over twenty-five years of experience in the United States and globally.  Our multidisciplinary teams implement strategies for meeting fluctuating community workforce needs using the following approaches:

  1. Build capacity of healthcare systems by facilitating innovative approaches to care through collaborations with a wide variety of experts and stakeholders to identify knowledge and practice gaps, guide the transformation to new models of care delivery, and improve quality measures for those served. The FXB Center engages in practice transformation resource development, clinical preceptorships, skills building workshops, continuing professional education and certification, and technical assistance and consultation to Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program-funded clinics in their efforts to become patient-centered medical homes.
  2. Develop continuing and professional education and clinical resources contributing to a variety of high quality, free online educational activities that achieve, retain, and strengthen professional competencies among healthcare professionals.
  3. Build coalitions through strategic and innovative partnerships among stakeholders to influence healthcare policy, strengthen systems of care, and improve clinical and public health practice. The FXB Center engages interdisciplinary healthcare leaders through national stakeholder working groups and coalitions. Our expert facilitators use extensive group process skills to facilitate problem-solving and decision-making through assessment, discussion, consensus building, action planning, and implementation among stakeholders.
  4. Our workforce development programs include:



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