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Capture637598928172458562   Final Report of the Community Health Worker COVID-19 Impact Survey: Oklahoma Results 

 shares the findings of the survey distributed in Oklahoma in January 2021. It provides insights into how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted CHWs in Oklahoma both professionally and personally, shares CHW observations about community concerns, and identifies CHW training needs for future public health emergency responses. This study is a replication of the 2020 CHW COVID-19 Impact Survey distributed in Texas during the summer of 2020.


Capture637598918052380566   The Final Report of the Community Health Worker COVID-19 Impact Survey: Texas Results & Methodology

shares the results of the survey distributed in Texas in the summer of 2020. The goal of sharing this report is to support the CHW workforce by (1) Documenting the work of CHWs during the pandemic, (2) Informing future training opportunities, and (3) Preparing CHWs for future public health emergencies.







Publications & Presentations



2019 OPHA Conference: A Snapshot of the Oklahoma Community Health Worker Workforce: Results from the Region 6 Training Needs Assessment Survey, 2019 (Poster) 

2019 poster

2018 OPHA Conference: Oklahoma Public Health Training Center (Poster) 

2018 poster

2017 OPHA Conference: Training opportunities available through the Oklahoma Public Health Training Center and the Region 6 South Central Public Health Training Center (Poster)

2017 Poster

Resources in Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Community Health Worker Forum Series 2021 will have two tracks: one for CHWs, and one for CHW Stakeholders. All sessions will be held virtually and will be recorded. Please see the flyer below for topics and dates. To access the webinar recording on a separate page, click here.


CHW Forum 2 Flyer



The Oklahoma Public Health Association's CHW Section has developed an infographic to share its achievements since its inception in 2019! The OPHTC strongly supports the CHW Section. Have a look at the infographic here.


The Oklahoma Intertribal Diabetes Coalition (OIDC) hosts a community health representative (CHR) training each February. Find out more about the OIDC here .