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Community Health Innovations of Rhode Island (CHI-RI) checks the pulse of the community to build on its assets and develop tailored programs that better address the community’s health and wellness challenges.
Dannie Ritchie, MD, MPH
Clinical Assistant Professor Family Medicine Brown University
Founder, Community Health Innovations of RI
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Community Health Workers Graduation (January 2018)
In January 2018, 10 community members from Rhode Island completed their coursework to become certified Community Health Workers in their respective communities. Their course consisted of 15 workshops, each lasting three hours, on topics including community capacity building, root causes … Continue reading
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Welcome to CHI-RI! Community Health Innovations of Rhode Island (or CHI-RI) is community directed coalition that fosters community building and economic growth to improve health outcomes in Rhode Island. CHI-RI envisions a a healthier Rhode Island where diverse populations can … Continue reading
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CHI-RI News And Networking
See the latest newsletter Community Health Innovations of RI NewsApril2013. April is Community Health Worker Month! On Friday April 26th from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m., we will celebrate “Community Health Worker Month” with a networking event. Join community health workers … Continue reading
CHI-RI News and Updates
See Community Health Innovations of RI News. Read about CHI-RI celebration of our first course completed. Also, see important legislative news for CHWs and Equity! Yours in health, Dannie Ritchie, MD, MPH founder of Community Health Innovations (CHI-RI)
Community Health Innovations of RI News We are excited to bring you our interactive website. You can sign up to become an Instructor of our comprehensive and well researched for results CHI Certification for Community Health Workers. We will be … Continue reading