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Telehealth Access for All TAFA PATHWAY HEALTH EQUITYFacilitatorsAndrew Plunk PhD MPHGlen Yap PhDBrynn Sheehan PhDMatt Herman MPHThe NeedResidents of NRHA distrust the sources on COVID-19 coming from l

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1 COMMUNITY-ENGAGED LEARNING Telehealth Ac
COMMUNITY-ENGAGED LEARNING Telehealth Access for All (TAFA) PATHWAY: HEALTH EQUITY Facilitators Andrew Plunk, PhD, MPH Glen Yap, PhD Brynn Sheehan, PhD Matt Herman, MPH The Need Residents of NRHA distrust the sources on COVID-19 coming from local PHAs, associating it with their housing benefits. Most residents of African-American background have additional trust barriers with PHAs and medical community. Necessary to identify existing beliefs regarding COVID-19 guidance and testing recommendations and then build Project Description Students will assist and lead efforts with public housing community residents to establish telehealth capacity and further educate and build trust surrounding COVID-19 guidance. A pilot project will be completed in Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NRHA) in 2020 – 2021 with additional public housing authorities (PHAs) added to TAFA project scope at a later date. Students will focus on working with PHAs and community partners to improve three areas: broadband internet connectivity, access to appropriate devices, and digital literacy. Annual Student Activities 10 students per cohort. Students will work with public housing authorities and community partners to improve three areas: broadband internet connectivity, access to appropriate devices, and digital literacy. Students will increase comfort in discussing telehealth process, digital literacy and COVID-19 information with the residents. They will carry out the research and outline meaningful recommendations for tailoring trusted COVID-19 public health guidance to increase compliance and the uptake of testing among under resourced communities. Community Outcomes/Results Increase in availability of broadband internet connectivity, access to appropriate devices, and digital literacy for PHAs. Increase in awareness of COVID-19 and its risk factors among under resourced communities. Increase in understanding of existing beliefs regarding COVID-19 guidance and testing recommendations among PHA residents. Increase in understanding of appropriate messaging and channels to build trusted sources of information with under resourced populations.