KEYWORDS: PATIENT INTAKE, FOOD INSECURITY, HEALTH DISPARITIES, PATIENT EMPOWERMENT, SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH, ADVOCACY, PRACTITIONER TOOLS
September 5, 2019 - Sharad Kohli
A Social Determinants of Health Questionnaire created by People’s Community Clinic in Austin, TX to help assess patient’s social needs. It is intended to be used by organizations of all types working with underserved clientele, who can add their own logo and choose whether they are targeting clients, patients, or residents. Organizations can connect the domains to various resources that are available in their community to help address individual’s social needs (e.g. Medical-Legal Partnerships, Food Access Programs, Education Programs, etc.). Additionally, a larger purpose is to create a shareable data base which can be aggregated in order to create systemic change. In order to help us with this latter piece, we would appreciate you letting us know if you are planning on using the tool by emailing Cherelle Vanbrakle at Cherelle.Vanbrakle@austinpcc.org.
You may download as a PDF, or the customizable Word document:
PRESENTATION TIPS AND RESOURCES
August 17, 2021 - Research & Education Committee
KEYWORDS: TOOLS, CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
The resources below have been created by the Research and Education committee to support IM4US presenters in preparing for their presentation for the IM4US conference. The videos and links below provide some best practices to making an inclusive presentation.
Additional Supportive Links
Citation Management Resource
Where to find Creative Commons images
Free stock photography collections featuring plus size people; License: While attribution is not required, please credit
Free stock photography featuring disabled BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, people of color), varied body sizes/types, sexual orientations, and gender identities in the Pacific Northwest; License CC BY 4.0
Free stock photos of trans and non-binary people, licensed CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
Free, high rez photos of black and brown people, licensed Creative Commons Zero (CC0)
Free photos of people of color; no attribution required, but can give credit by linking to site
Icons of women; License: Creative Commons Public Domain CC0 1.0
Free photos of women and non-binary people of color working in the tech field. License CC BY
HOW TO DESIGN A POSTER
JULY 15, 2021 - Research & Education Committee
This resources has been created by the Research and Education committee to support IM4US poster presenters in designing their posters for the IM4US conference. The video describes two possible approaches you may consider.
Michael Morrison's How to create a better research poster in less time (#betterposter Generation 1) (2019, March 25).
Template here: https://osf.io/ef53g/
Examples on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mikemorrison
Download a traditional poster template: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HkO4mazCjzQcS0yb7R6ofF8gn5rdYmqj/copy
Download a new poster template: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1f-Ik4-m6JrQHTa9uw8P_-i0NEZxRow1H/copy
Powerpoint slide deck: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1c3tO3l3tAZS3UFSw1p3VkT6-XQQMdESO/view?usp=sharing
See emails from IM4US for details about uploading your poster to Pathable.
For additional support you can contact Marybeth Missenda at email@example.com.