Free Webinar : Resources for Addressing Community Health Needs

NNLM_LogoResources for Addressing Community Health Needs     August 24, 2016 1:00 pm MT/ 2:00 pm CT Presenter: Dana Abbey, Community Engagement Coordinator, NN/LM MCR There are numerous factors that have the potential to influence the health of your community members including quality of life, health behaviors, utilization of and access to health care, social and economic factors, and the physical environment. In this hands-on session you will:
  • Utilize tools for researching these factors at the local level.
  • Identify authoritative health information resources for program planning.
  • Identify potential community partners.
Who should attend?
  • Public libraries and community organizations planning health outreach activities.
  • K-12 staff involved in student health care and/or health and science curriculums (librarians, nurses, teachers).
  • Public health grant writers.
  • Anyone who interested in knowing about these great resources.
No registration is required. MLA CE credit is available upon completion of webinar evaluation. Christian Minter, Annette Parde-Maass, Education and Outreach Coordinators National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Midcontinental Region Check out the Bringing Health Information to the Community (BHIC) Blog,
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