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A Note About Our 2024 Trainings Schedule

Nevada Primary Care Association (NVPCA) has a limited number of trainings scheduled through June 2024. Based on recently completed trainings and health center priorities, we are now focused on providing technical assistance for our members.

Technical Assistance (TA) is the process of providing targeted advice, assistance, expertise, or information to health centers with developmental needs to facilitate quality or performance improvement.

As we deliver member TA over the next several months, NVPCA is also developing our 2024-27 training plan. This plan will take effect July 2024 and we will begin promoting future trainings at this time Members and key constituents have several ways to share their interests, needs, and priorities; from these, NVPCA develops our training plan to meet organizational member needs. Two key methods of collecting feedback include the Training Advisory Committee and our annual Training Needs Assessment:

  • Composed of representatives of health centers, members, and key partners, the Training Advisory Committee meets regularly to review and influence training offerings to meet needs, improve training delivery, and suggest how NVPCA might meet emergent training needs. For questions about the Training Advisory Committee contact us at


  • NVPCA distributes through e-mail its Training Needs Assessment every year in November or December. Through this survey, organizational members and partners share their organizational priorities and prioritize training requests. Please keep an eye out for it. This assessment helps shape our training calendar and your input is very important. To be sure you receive the survey, sign up here for our Newsletter and Training Announcements mailing list.

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For questions regarding registration, please contact:

Training and Development Manager Brandi Johns

The annual UDS training will be conducted virtually in a series of 2 trainings for NVPCA members only. Participants should plan to attend both virtual sessions for a full and comprehensive understanding of the complete UDS report.


  1. Understand the who, what, when, where, and how of UDS reporting. 

  2. Discuss common reporting errors and tips for success.

  3. Review key resources and supports available. 

Attendees will: 

  • Gain an understanding of reporting the UDS including: the patient profile, reporting clinical services and quality of care indicators, operational and financial tables, and other required UDS reporting forms. 

  • Learn about the new requirements included in 2023 reporting.

  • Learn tips for success, including strategies for submission.

  • Receive valuable resources that provide further reporting guidance.

This page was updated on 10.11.23

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