Debra Trogdon-Livingston

User Experience and Education Strategist, Region 2

I am the User Experience and Education Strategist for Region 2. I teach health literacy, evaluate programming, and act as the main point of communication throughout the region.

Classes I Teach

Event Title Summary
Empowering Your Community: Using Health Literacy to Help Patients Become Their Own Health Advocate Region 2 hosts guest speaker Jessica Daly, MLS, and “Hospital Librarian of the Year for 2020” by the Southern Chapter of the Medical Library of Medicine, for a discussion about empowering community members to be their own patient advocate by improving patient health literacy,
Rural-Urban Differences in Adverse and Positive Childhood Experiences This session will discuss whether adverse childhood experiences (ACE) and positive childhood experiences (PCE) exposure differs between rural and urban children by type and by count and examine racial/ethnic disparities in ACE and PCE exposure across rural communities.
Session 1: Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice: Overview and Question Formulation This three-part webinar series provides a comprehensive overview of evidence-based practice (EBP). Essential skills for clinical inquiry are addressed, including: the role of the librarian, formulating clinical questions, searching the literature, exploring levels of evidence, critically appraising research articles, and applying evidence in practice.
Session 2: Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice: Literature Searching This three-part webinar series provides a comprehensive overview of evidence-based practice (EBP). Essential skills for clinical inquiry are addressed, including: the role of the librarian, formulating clinical questions, searching the literature, exploring levels of evidence, critically appraising research articles, and applying evidence in practice.
Session 3: Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice: Appraisal and Application This three-part webinar series provides a comprehensive overview of evidence-based practice (EBP). Essential skills for clinical inquiry are addressed, including: the role of the librarian, formulating clinical questions, searching the literature, exploring levels of evidence, critically appraising research articles, and applying evidence in practice.
Tackling Inclusivity and the Future of Oral Health
Team Science: Increasing the Pipeline of Black, Indigenous, People of Color and Women Conducting Clinical Research In this presentation Dr. Wiley will discuss the current state of Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) and women conducting clinical research and will outline the value of team science as a method of increasing opportunities and fostering collaborative projects. 
 

Contact Information

843-792--0265