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Creative Ideas in Health Information Outreach Webinar

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

Date: Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Time: 2 PM
Earn 1 MLA CE unit

Come learn creative ideas for health information outreach projects. Guest speakers include: Irena Bond from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Margot Malachowski from the Baystate Medical Center, Elsie Flemings from the Healthy Acadia Healthy Maine Partnership and Manuela Raposo from the Dorcas Place Welcome Back Center. Our guest speakers will share stories from their health information outreach projects. You will learn tips to plan your project, apply for funding, identify community partners, foster collaborations, integrate assessment and evaluation into your project, cope with barriers, increase community support and sustain your project.

Register on the NN/LM NER training calendar.

This program is sponsored by the Healthy Communities, Community of Interest.

Free online learning opportunity

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

Health Information Outreach and Community Engagement: 

Lessons Learned from the Experts

 

Thursday, February 12, 2009 / 2 – 3:30 PM

Engaging your community with health information outreach projects is rewarding, meaningful work. Come learn from the experiences of experts in health information outreach and community engagement. Each speaker has led a successful health information outreach subcontract from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine/ New England Region. The program is intended for anyone interested in pursuing funding or interested in learning more about how to engage the local community in effective health information outreach.

*Earn 1.5 Medical Library Association CE units

The Experts:

Beth Schneider, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Project: Access to Resources for Community Health (ARCH) / Head Start CAPIC Collaboration

Marianne Burke, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
Project: Connecting Patients, Providers, and the Community with Quality Health Information Outreach

Anne Conner, Littleton Regional Hospital, Littleton, NH
Project: Northern New Hampshire Health Information Outreach

 

Participants will:

a)      Learn about three successful health information outreach projects

b)      Learn how to plan and implement a successful health information outreach project

c)       Know about the process of applying for funding from the NN/LM

d)      Be aware of the rewards and challenges of conducting a health information outreach project

e)      Gain knowledge about project evaluation

 

Registration:

Registration is free and on a first come, first serve basis.  Session will be limited to fifty participants.

 

To register, please contact Martha Pearson at martha.pearson@umassmed.edu.

 

In your email please include: 

  • Name
  • Institution / address with zip code / phone / e-mail
  • Name of the program (Health Information Outreach and Community Engagement:  Lessons Learned from the Experts). 

 

Details of how to access the teleconference and Adobe Connect session will be forwarded at registration.

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