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Resources for Organizing and Leading a PACE Seminar
Session basics provides an overview of what is involved in organizing a session. To prepare for hosting and facilitating a PACE session, be sure to watch the Training Videos for Facilitators, below:
Training Video for Facilitators: The PACE Program Curriculum (run time 5:06)
Training Video for Facilitators: How to Present the PACE Program (run time 1:34)
Additionally, download the following materials:
PACE Training Manual and Speaker's Guide (PDF file, 4.4 MB): complete instructions on how to deliver the PACE curriculum, including a detailed program overview, suggested scripts, contact list of Master Trainers, and helpful advice for conducting a seminar.
Slide Presentation (PowerPoint file, 8.5 MB): all PowerPoint slides needed for both sessions
Participant Binder Materials (PDF file, 4.4 MB): materials for participant binders, including a review of concepts, sample asthma action plans, and coding models
Handouts of Slides (PDF file, 3.9 MB): also intended for participant binders; presentation slides in handout format, 3 per page with space for notes
Recruitment and Facilitation tips (PDF file, 32 K): additional tips to optimize enrollment strategies and session facilitation
If you wish to invite an experienced PACE facilitator (see contact list of master trainers) to provide consultation and/or facilitate your PACE sessions, all arrangements and costs should be worked out directly with the Master Trainer.
If you wish to evaluate the PACE sessions you conduct, the following two resources may be useful:
Physician Survey (PDF file, 132 K): survey used to conduct a pre and post program evaluation