Supplemental COVID-19 Activities
While the QI project was on hold, NIPN continued to engage with enrolled project participants through activities that focused on providing high quality health care to AYA in the COVID-19 environment. Through these activities we responded to
needs identified by the project participants and maintained engagement until the QI project can resume. All of these activities are optional and do not apply for project completion requirements related to the QI project, “Addressing Adolescent
and Young Adult Depression in Primary Care.”
NIPN provided webinar trainings on topics related to maintaining quality health care to adolescents and young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic. These webinars were open to anyone who was interested in participating.
Below is the list of topics and presenters while the project was on hold.
You may access recordings of supplemental webinars here: https://uvm-vchip.adobeconnect.com/admin/show-event-catalog?folder-id=2764883003
We are conducting two serial surveys of practices to evaluate how clinical systems are evolving to provide care during the pandemic. Information from these surveys will be used to share aggregated data with the public health arm of this project and
MCHB, and to inform planning efforts to resume the quality improvement project to improve adolescent depression screening and referral rates.
This survey is being distributed to data liaisons on a semimonthly basis and has been created to gather more information about the impact of COVID-19 on your practice. To view survey responses, click on a date range below.
COVID-19 is presenting primary care practices with unprecedented challenges. At this time, the impact of COVID-19 on health care for adolescents and young adult (AYA) is largely unknown. NIPN has designed this survey to better understand how health
care is currently being delivered to AYA, with an additional focus of understanding how AYA may be assessed for depression during this time. This survey will be distributed to data liaisons monthly. To view survey responses, click
on a month below.
COVID-19 Resources About Adolescents And Young Adult
The Adolescent & Young Adult Health National Resource Center has compiled a set of resources to support adolescents, young adults, their families, and the systems that serve them during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please click here to access the resources.