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Community Health Worker (CHW/CHR)

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Through a virtual learning network, get connected with a multi-disciplinary team of experts to share knowledge and build capacity for delivering best practice care. This ECHO program is designed to support the CHW/CHR workforce in providing care and resources to the patients and community they serve. 


Who Should Participate?

Community Health Workers and Community Health Representatives



This ECHO Program is held the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. CST. A one-time registration is required to participate in any ECHO sessions.




What does the Community Health Worker (CHW/CHR) ECHO Program Offer?

  • Learn about best practices and evidence-based care 
  • Collaboration, support and ongoing learning with experts and other health-care providers
  • The opportunity to present a case and get feedback from our multi-disciplinary team of experts and CHWs around the state
  • Professional growth and networking
  • Access to treatment guidelines, tools, and patient resources



Marshan Marick, DrPH, MPH
Teaching Assistant Professor, Public Health

Oklahoma State University


Kerstin M. Reinschmidt, PhD, MPH

Associate Professor

Oklahoma Public Health Training Center

University of Oklahoma


Randa Real, CHW

Rural Health Project 


Angela Martinez-Thornton, CHR

Sac & Fox Nation


Tamara Braxton, CHW

Guiding Right, Inc. 


Ivette Shepard, CHW

Guiding Right, Inc. 

Oklahoma City-County Health Department


Vanessa Weiher, CHWOklahoma State University - Center for Health Sciences


Casey Moyer

ECHO Coordinator 


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