Fostering Whole-person Care Webcast

Fostering Whole-person Care Webcast

Fostering Whole-person Care Webcast: Bridging Health Equity and Social Drivers to Support People Experiencing Homelessness

This session was recorded on 06/18/24.

This webcast provides community health center staff with essential insights and practical strategies to address the unique health challenges faced by individuals experiencing homelessness. Through a combination of expert presentations and real-world anecdotes, the session explores the intersection of health equity and social drivers of health (SDOH), with a particular focus on whole-person care that covers older adults, street medicine initiatives, and other high-risk populations. Attendees will learn about innovative approaches and best practices for delivering comprehensive, compassionate care to those most in need.


  • Implement Health Equity Strategies: Learn practical strategies to integrate health equity into care practices, ensuring that all individuals, especially older adults and high-risk populations, receive equitable and effective health services.
  • Understand the Impact of SDOH: Identify the key social drivers that affect the health outcomes of people experiencing homelessness and explore how these factors can be addressed within community health center settings.
  • Identify Whole-person Care Appropriate Responses: Gain insights into whole-person care approaches, such as street medicine programs,  and other supportive services that enhance patient engagement.


  • Oscar Marquez, M.Ed., Senior Program Manager & CBA Project Director, Primary Care Development Corporation 
  • Maia Bhirud Morse, MPH, CPC, Clinical and Quality Partners Director, Primary Care Development Corporation 

There is no cost for this session.


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