Free continental breakfast and lunch
For more information please contact: Tamara Heine at 545-7767
or visit: www.facebook.com/marshalleseeducationday
Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe, anonymous disposal. New or used needles and syringes will not be accepted.
BIG ISLAND OF HAWAII:
For more information visit www.dea.gov or call (808) 541-1930.
The 2017 National Health Outreach Conference planning team invites you to join us in Annapolis, Maryland on May 2-4, 2017! As we convene, our conference theme……Navigating the World of Health: A Sea of Opportunity…. will set the stage as we explore new ideas, best practices, promising research, and innovative educational outreach.
This conference seeks to provide a multi-disciplinary and ecological view of health and wellness research, practice and outreach education. The conference will offer a combination of workshops, seminars, research updates, theoretical perspectives, and thought-provoking dialogue to fully engage participants in the dynamic and complex world of health. Using the Social Ecological Model as our framework, the conference tracks will offer opportunity for participants to gain new perspectives on how the multifaceted nature of our society, and how each sector influences health.
The conference planning committee seeks to ensure all attendees enrich and expand his/her knowledge base, as well as build connections that will foster and sustain a Culture of Health. Thus, the goals of this conference are to:
This is the second in a series of webinars on Using the POLST Paradigm to Honor Patient Wishes Across the Care Continuum. This webinar focuses on POLST in the EMS/Hospital Setting and will be presented by Angela Fera, Paramedic, and Katrina Altenhofen, MPH, Paramedic.
RSVP to email@example.com by May 1, 2017. Seating is limited!
The public is invited to a free workshop being held on May 3rd at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. This interactive workshop, “Your Neighborhood by the Numbers,” will be taught by Mr. Eric Coyle of the U.S. Census Bureau.
This workshop is designed for data users seeking to capture the key demographic, social, economic and housing indicators that define their Community and Neighborhoods. Specific topics include; assessing data for small area geographies, data variables used in community analysis and using American Fact Finder to navigate Census products. Attendees will go online to obtain age, income, poverty, race, ethnicity, and other measures to create community profiles, tables and maps.
Mr. Eric Coyle is a Data Dissemination Specialist from the U.S. Census Bureau.
He is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with stakeholders in the western region of the United States. Eric conducts census workshops and presentations for a variety of organizations, which include local governments, businesses, media, and universities. Prior to joining the Bureau, Eric was in the military and stationed in Hawaii, then later worked as an Army civilian for the U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii.
One definition of management is getting work done through the efforts of others. Do you agree? This webinar will cover coaching staff and managing performance – key responsibilities for frontline clinical supervisors. This is often a challenge for both new and seasoned managers. This presentation will delve into the work of Ferdinand Fournies, author of Coaching for Improved Work Performance, to see how it applies to hospices.
For: All parents or caregivers who make decisions about health and education services for their children, and for service providers. We will help you:
Lunch Provided by CCC of Maui ~ Limited Seating
Online registration at this link: goo.gl/6nUgSx
Questions please contact Pualani (808) 368-9381 or firstname.lastname@example.org
MAHALO to our partners Pōmaika‘i Elementary School, HIDOE Baldwin Kekaulike Maui Complex, Maui Development Disability Council, Maui Family Guidance Center, and the Community Children’s Council of Maui.
Harriet V. Kuhnlein, PhD, LLD (hon.), FIUNS,
FASN, Professor Emerita of Human Nutrition,
McGill University, Montreal
“Indigenous Peoples’ Food Systems and Well-being:
Holding on to Healthy Traditions”
Dr. Kuhnlein is a public health nutritionist just completing a 2017 Fulbright Specialist Award at Massey University in Wellington, New Zealand. She is Adjunct Professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences at the University of Hawai’i, Mānoa, and Emerita Professor of Human Nutrition at McGill University, Montreal. She holds a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley, and an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from The University of Western Ontario. Dr. Kuhnlein is Founding Director of the Centre for Indigenous Peoples’ Nutrition
and Environment at McGill and a Fellow of the American Society of Nutrition and the International Union of Nutritional Sciences (IUNS). She co-chairs the Task Force on Traditional, Indigenous and Cultural Food and Nutrition of the IUNS.
Reception to follow – UHM Parking $6
For more information and to RSVP, contact Prof. Al Katz at email@example.com.