If you are a health care professional, this section is for you. As part of our mission, the Colorado AHEC Program offers a variety of support services to health care professionals. This section will help you keep up with the latest in health research and continuing education opportunities, as well as informing you about being a preceptor for the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus health profession students.
Information about Colorado AHEC reference librarian services, as well as contact info
About continuing education credit through COAHEC
External Resources and Programs
Colorado AgrAbility AgrAbility Goals: Colorado State University Extension (Norman L. Dalsted) and Goodwill Industries of Denver (Candiss Leathers, and James Craig) collaborate in the Colorado AgrAbility Project (CAP). Project team members address all four National AgrAbility Program goals:
PRIORITY EDUCATION–Increase knowledge about accommodating disabilities and avoiding secondary injuries in persons with disabilities by providing education to individuals with disabilities and their families engaged in production agriculture , as well as to the health, farm, and government service providers who work with them.
PRIORITY NETWORKING–Build the capacity of the CAP to deliver services, through the development of networking activities that encourage the sharing of information among, and the provision of servicesor funds from individuals and organizations not employed by AgrAbility for the benefit of CAP and its clients.
PRIORITY ASSISTANCE–Provide individualized consultative information, education, service, and technical assistance to farmers and ranchers with disabilities. The goals of such consultations are to increase the likelihood that these farmers and ranchers and their farm operations will experience success and to provide: product selection advice, accessibility and ergonomic recommendations, life activities and farm operations planning advice, and advocacy to obtain service and financial assistance.
MARKETING–Increase awareness of CAP through press releases, Public Service Announcements (PSAs), print advertisements, Web pages, newsletters, displays, and/or electronic notices.