The Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) Roundtable is a series of online technical-assistance sessions designed to promote peer learning and engagement between subject-matter experts and participants. Participants will discuss strategies that improve health outcomes across minority populations and chronically under-resourced communities by addressing the social, economic, and environmental factors that influence health. Participants will also have access to the center’s technical assistance (TA) resources and nationally recognized TA materials. During these sessions, participants will learn about topics such as:

  • Addressing health disparities in behavioral health services in the primary-care setting
  • Building relationships with community partners to address SDoH
  • Building the evidence base for SDoH interventions

Sessions are held quarterly and are 1 to 1.5 hours long. Each session features a blended audio-visual format so information can be shared directly—such as via presentation slides and other resources—in real time. Participants also can interact with subject-matter experts and ask questions. Each roundtable accommodates up to 30 HRSA grantees.

Participants may earn up to 1.5 CEs for each session they attend—a total of 4.5 CEs for 3 sessions per year.