Equity and Emergency Response
Equity in Emergency Response
Every community is made up of diverse groups of residents with varied and sometimes complex everyday needs, which can quickly amplify during emergency or disaster events. Public Health – Seattle & King County is working collaboratively with community partners to connect and communicate so that no one group is disproportionately affected in an emergency.
Webinar: Tribal Outreach: Emergency Preparedness and Environmental Health Education
Monday, August 29th, 2011 1:00 PM (ET)
Through a CDC/ATSDR funded cooperative agreement, the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) and the National Public Health Information Coalition (NPHIC) present a webinar on education and outreach to tribal nations in regards to emergency preparedness and environmental health. SOPHE and its National Environmental Health Promotion Network (NEHPN), are partnering with NPHIC in engaging tribes to improve networking and training opportunities in regards to emergency risk communication and environmental health education. This webinar will include four speakers who have worked with and engaged tribes regarding preparedness and environmental health threats. It will discuss methodologies and lessons learned from outreach and education activities, looking to promote these activities to other public health entities who may engage with tribes.
To use computer audio, you need computer speakers or a headset.
Use the information below to connect:
Toll-free: +1 (888) 469-0942
Participant code: 9166734
[SOPHE EPHE Network]