Advocating for public health priorities is an increasingly vital role for public health officials. By the end of the webinar participants will understand the difference between educating, advocating, and lobbying. They will also be able to identify at least three types of factors which influence decision makers.
Karen Monsen will facilitate a conversation around best practices for using the Omaha System to support Covid-19 disease prevention and control activities and documentation at the individual, family, and community levels. Evidence-based guidelines will be shared that will enable local and state public health agencies to disseminate best practices in software and to generate consistent data regarding Covid-19 pandemic preparedness and responses. Your participation is critical to ensure the guidelines reflect your perspective.
Click to Access Event Recording & Resources Darcy DuBois, MPH, Community Public Health Officer at Oak Creek Health Department and Erin Cronn, BSN, RN, Public Health Nurse at City of Cudahy Health Department share their story of using community collaboration to focus on addressing community health through a trauma-informed lens. Through training first responders, at [...]
We would like to invite you to attend our free Expert Webinar event on Wednesday, July 31 from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. CT: “The HIE Landscape and the Future of HIE as it Relates to Public Health.” During this presentation, John Whitington, CIO of South Country Health Alliance, will review the history of HIE [...]
During this presentation, Christie Welton, Clinical Executive from Elsevier and Richard Waithe, President of VUCA Health will be presenting on client engagement tools and resources as well as sharing Elsevier's free Opioid Addiction Resource Center with you. Christie Welton, Pharmacist, Clinical Executive, Elsevier Christie Welton is a pharmacist and Clinical Executive with Elsevier. She received [...]
In September, 2018, FDA Commissioner, Scott Gottlieb, MD addressed the growing use of e-cigarettes among teenagers as an epidemic. "Unfortunately, I now have good reason to believe that it's reached nothing short of an epidemic proportion of growth. I use the word epidemic with great care. E-cigs have become an almost ubiquitous ‒ and dangerous ‒ [...]
Kelly McIntee, Specialist, Health Promotions from the American Lung Association in Minnesota will share the current tobacco trends and why this is something that we need to draw more attention to as health care providers and parents.