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(Principles of Public Health for Community Health and Outreach Workers)
Migrant Clinicians Network, a UMASH partner organization, announces a new series of 10 monthly webinars, conducted entirely in Spanish.
This course will offer an overview of the issues and challenges most relevant to public health, as well as the importance of the participation of community health workers and health promoters in strengthening public health.
Participants must register individually for each webinar. Continuing education credit can be provided.
El Rol de los Promotores y Trabajadores de Salud Comunitaria en la Investigación Participativa Basada en la Comunidad
(The Role of Promoters and Community Health Workers in Community Based Participatory Research)
Wednesday, August 12
Fortaleciendo a los Promotores de Salud o Trabajadores Communitario Utilizando Tecnología de Información
(Strengthening Health Promoters or Community Workers Using Information Technology)
Wednesday, September 16
Los Retos Futuros de Salud Pública
(Future Challenges of Public Health)
Wednesday, October 14
17th Annual Agricultural Media Summit
Blaze Your New Trail
The Agricultural Media Summit is the largest meeting in the United States of the ag industry's top writers, editors, photographers, publishers and ag communicator specialists.
The Ag Media Summit is a joint meeting of the American Agricultural Editors' Association, the Livestock Publications Council and the American Business Media Agri-Council. This industry-wide gathering of agricultural communicators offers one of the best opportunities for professional improvement and industry networking. More than 600 attend this event each year, and the InfoExpo annually exceeds 75 booths.
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) Annual Meeting
New Orleans, Louisiana
ASABE 2015 presents a forum to expand awareness of current industry trends, promote and acknowledge innovations in design and technology, and provide opportunities for professional development – all with a focus on the economic, political and societal impacts facing the industry.
Prevention Strategies to Protect Women Working in Agriculture
Charlotte Halverson, BSN, COHN-S, COHC
Occupational Health Nurse, AgriSafe Network
The range of farm activities compound the problem of assuring a safe worksite for farm women who have their own inherent contraindications. Safety education for the agricultural population is often aimed at men in farming operations resulting in farm women being an underserved population.
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
Fall Prevention for Agricultural Producers
Dan Neenan, MBA
This presentation on Fall Prevention for Agricultural Producers is designed for workers and management personnel in production agriculture. It can be applied to the family farm, ranch population, small agriculture business or larger work force in the agricultural industry.
At the end of this one hour training program, participants will be able to: