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1 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow  Cameron University Southwest Area Health Education Center  Non-profit organization  Part of the Department of Adult and Continuing Education at Cameron University Cameron University  Service area includes 23 counties in Southwest Oklahoma and Oklahoma City metroplex. Oklahoma City metroplex.

2 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow  Collaboration with community-based partners: recruits students into healthcare professions recruits students into healthcare professions trains and supports healthcare professionals trains and supports healthcare professionals advocates eliminating health disparities advocates eliminating health disparities  Active in issues important to the service area: rural economy rural economy health disparities health disparities cancer survivorship cancer survivorship geriatric education geriatric education genetics genetics community collaborations community collaborations retention, training and support of health care providers. retention, training and support of health care providers.

3 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Connecting Students to Careers, Professionals to Communities, And Communities to Better health

4 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow

5 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Create opportunities for students to learn about health Create opportunities for students to learn about health careers through job shadowing careers through job shadowing Inform and educate students about various health careers Inform and educate students about various health careers Provide rural clinical rotations for healthcare professional Provide rural clinical rotations for healthcare professional students students Recruit for and support Geriatric Scholars program Recruit for and support Geriatric Scholars program

6 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow  Community & professional support and education  Annual Surthrival event for graduating RN students  Provide cancer survivorship training and education  Assist OU Family Practice Residency program

7 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Job shadowing programs Job shadowing programs Mentoring by professionals Mentoring by professionals Exploration of various health careers Exploration of various health careers Teaching curriculum in classrooms doing hands-on projects Teaching curriculum in classrooms doing hands-on projects

8 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Over 300 high school students are currently participating in these programs. Over the last three years 90% went on to college and of those 56% continued on a health career track.

9 48 Still Committed to Health Profession 59 Committed to a Health Profession 55 Still in College Or Completed Training 95% retention rate (compared to 50% for state) 81% of those committed to HP in 1 st year of college

10 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow  Club SCRUB  Eagle Medical Trainees  Collegiate Observation Program  Lawton Public Schools’ Gifted & Talented Program

11 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Oklahoma A-Frederick E & A-Cordell E-Burns Flat-Dill City E-Hammon E & A-Elk City E & A-Sayre BECKHAM Key: E = Exploration (achieving more than 20 hours of observation in the medical field) A = Awareness (becoming aware of the vast medical professions through various activities) CUSTER ROGER MILLS GREER WASHITA KIOWA JACKSON HARMON TILLMAN COTTON COMANCHE CADDO GRADY STEPHENS E & A-Duncan E-Bray-Doyle E-Central E-Comanche E-Empire E & A-Marlow JEFFERSON LOVE CARTER MURRAY GARVIN McCLAIN CLEVELAND OKLAHOMA POTTAWATOMIE The pipeline for future healthcare practitioners is crucial to the vitality of southwest Oklahoma. It is important to grow locally those who will be trained and eventually return to southwest Oklahoma to provide the care that will be needed in the years to come. SwAHEC offers opportunities for middle school, high school and college students to explore health care careers by supporting activities about healthcare careers as well as job-shadowing opportunities for students to experience, first-hand, what working in various healthcare careers will be like. Students are better able to decide if they want to pursue healthcare careers, and learn the practical and educational steps they must take to achieve their career goals. In the last three years, SwAHEC has supported 519 middle school, high school and college students in job-shadowing opportunities. Over those three years, 89% of the high school graduates went on to college or healthcare technical training, and 51% are pursuing healthcare related training. Please support the allocation of funds to the Oklahoma AHEC program which is a line item of the Oklahoma State Department of Health budget: “Contractual services of the College of Osteopathic Medicine of Oklahoma State University for the Area Health Education Centers campaign: $795,000.” Cameron University Southwest Area Health Education Center 2800 West Gore Boulevard Lawton, OK (580) / Ardore 1 DO 4 PA TOTALS New health professionals in southwest OK: DO = 10, MD = 8, PA = 26 E-Randlett E & A-Lawton E-Elgin E-Geronimo E-Sterling E-Indiahoma E-Oklahoma City A-Marietta A-Chickasha A-Hydro A-Mt. View A-Carnegie A-Ringling A-Ardmore A-Purcell A-Pauls Valley A-Lindsay A-Hobart A-Altus A-Hollis A-Shawnee A-Mangum Southwest Oklahoma A-Frederick E & A-Cordell E-Burns Flat-Dill City E-Hammon E & A-Elk City E & A-Sayre BECKHAM Key: E = Exploration (achieving more than 20 hours of observation in the medical field) A = Awareness (becoming aware of the vast medical professions through various activities) CUSTER ROGER MILLS GREER WASHITA KIOWA JACKSON HARMON TILLMAN COTTON COMANCHE CADDO GRADY STEPHENS E & A-Duncan E-Bray-Doyle E-Central E-Comanche E-Empire E & A-Marlow JEFFERSON LOVE CARTER MURRAY GARVIN McCLAIN CLEVELAND OKLAHOMA POTTAWATOMIE The pipeline for future healthcare practitioners is crucial to the vitality of southwest Oklahoma. It is important to grow locally those who will be trained and eventually return to southwest Oklahoma to provide the care that will be needed in the years to come. SwAHEC offers opportunities for middle school, high school and college students to explore health care careers by supporting activities about healthcare careers as well as job-shadowing opportunities for students to experience, first-hand, what working in various healthcare careers will be like. Students are better able to decide if they want to pursue healthcare careers, and learn the practical and educational steps they must take to achieve their career goals. In the last three years, SwAHEC has supported 519 middle school, high school and college students in job-shadowing opportunities. Over those three years, 89% of the high school graduates went on to college or healthcare technical training, and 51% are pursuing healthcare related training. Please support the allocation of funds to the Oklahoma AHEC program which is a line item of the Oklahoma State Department of Health budget: “Contractual services of the College of Osteopathic Medicine of Oklahoma State University for the Area Health Education Centers campaign: $795,000.” Cameron University Southwest Area Health Education Center 2800 West Gore Boulevard Lawton, OK (580) / Ardore 1 DO 4 PA TOTALS New health professionals in southwest OK: DO = 10, MD = 8, PA = 26 E-Randlett E & A-Lawton E-Elgin E-Geronimo E-Sterling E-Indiahoma E-Oklahoma City A-Marietta A-Chickasha A-Hydro A-Mt. View A-Carnegie A-Ringling A-Ardmore A-Purcell A-Pauls Valley A-Lindsay A-Hobart A-Altus A-Hollis A-Shawnee A-Mangum

12 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Visits to regional primary and secondary schools Host and attend health and career fairs Participate in numerous public events Sponsor several summer camps Curriculum taught in classrooms with hands-on projects Recruiting applicants for Clinical Research Program at OCCC

13 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow 5 th Grade Health Education EXPO Science Detectives Summer Academy Medical Case Investigation Camp Forensics, Femurs, and Frontiers Camp

14 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Assist and coordinate clinical rotations Assist and coordinate clinical rotations Coordinate “Kids into Health Careers” program with clinical students Coordinate “Kids into Health Careers” program with clinical students Recruit preceptors and clinical sites Recruit preceptors and clinical sites Support and collaborate with the local residency program Support and collaborate with the local residency program

15 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow

16 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Room & board provided to all students free of charge while on clinical rotations 13 Physician Associate (PA) students 27 DO/MD students KIHC: 1184 school aged students received health careers awareness from these clinical students

17 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Elk City 1 DO 1 PA Weatherford 2 PA Chickasha 6 PA Duncan 1 DO 2 PA Ardmore 1 DO 4 PA Paul’s Valley 1 DO 2 PA Lawton 3 DO 8 MD 4 PA SWAHEC CLINICAL STUDENTS NOW PRACTICING IN SW OK TOTALS New health professionals in southwest OK: DO = 9, MD = 8, PA = 25 Frederick 1 DO Clinton 1 DO Choctaw 1 PA Lindsay 2 PA Shawnee 1 PA Elk City 1 DO 1 PA Weatherford 2 PA Chickasha 6 PA Duncan 1 DO 2 PA Ardmore 1 DO 4 PA Paul’s Valley 1 DO 2 PA Lawton 3 DO 8 MD 4 PA SWAHEC CLINICAL STUDENTS NOW PRACTICING IN SW OK TOTALS New health professionals in southwest OK: DO = 9, MD = 8, PA = 25 Frederick 1 DO Clinton 1 DO Choctaw 1 PA Lindsay 2 PA Shawnee 1 PA Elk City 1 DO 1 PA Weatherford 2 PA Chickasha 6 PA Duncan 1 DO 2 PA Ardmore 1 DO 4 PA Paul’s Valley 1 DO 2 PA Lawton 3 DO 8 MD 4 PA SWAHEC CLINICAL STUDENTS NOW PRACTICING IN SW OK TOTALS New health professionals in southwest OK: DO = 9, MD = 8, PA = 25 Frederick 1 DO Clinton 1 DO Choctaw 1 PA Lindsay 2 PA Shawnee 1 PA

18 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Former clinical students currently practicing in Southwest Oklahoma:  17 Doctors of Osteopathic medicine  8 Medical Doctors  32 Physician Associates $50,681,892 per year

19 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Recruits participants to program Facilitates training Coordinates participant completion of program

20 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Geriatric Education Center: training program for health care providers partnership with Oklahoma Geriatric Education Center of the OU HSC 100 hours. Senior Summit: exchange of information, education, and networking.

21 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Plan and coordinate continuing education opportunities for professionals Plan and coordinate community education seminars and conferences Annually supply thousands of learning resource materials to professionals Analyze professional education needs to develop meaningful training Supervise Behavioral Health Professionals for licensure

22 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Cognitive, Graphic, Forensic Interviewing Western District Oklahoma Physical Therapy Association Southwest Oklahoma Physician Associate Association Annual Behavioral Health Programs

23 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Adoption, Foster and Kinship training to families “Don’t Bug Me” flu education Farmer’s Market Fit Kids Senior Summit Health Fairs at local schools Freedom from Smoking Cessation classes Camp Teen Round-Up – Dental Education

24 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow CU-SWAHEC maintains contacts throughout Southwest Oklahoma and can assist with health related projects CU-SWAHEC is integrated in many of the communities in the region, active in local coalitions as well as state-wide efforts CU-SWAHEC arranges health conferences, seminars, and guest speakers CU-SWAHEC offers a large resource library containing materials such as video tapes, books, and catalogs CU-SWAHEC provides opportunities for career exploration through job shadowing and mentoring CU-SWAHEC arranges clinical rotations for health care rofessional students CU-SWAHEC supports health career, wellness, and math and science camps CU-SWAHEC gives classroom presentations, teaches curriculum, offers information and referral, and is a local expert on public health and health education activities

25 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow

26 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow

27 Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Southwest Promise for today; hope for tomorrow Dr. Joe Langley Director Cameron University’s Southwest Area Health Education Center 408 South Shepler 2800 West Gore Boulevard Lawton, OK (580) phone (580) fax Beth Young Healthcare Careers Coordinator Cameron University’s Southwest Area Health Education Center 411 South Shepler 2800 West Gore Boulevard Lawton, OK (580) phone (580) fax Jenny Breeden Clinical Coordinator Cameron University’s Southwest Area Health Education Center 410 South Shepler 2800 West Gore Boulevard Lawton, OK (580) phone (580) fax


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