Upcoming Free Webinars

Below is a listing of no-cost webinars that may be of interest to Healthy Pima members and others who advocate for a healthier Pima County for. Everyone. Everywhere. Everyday.


Telehealth 101

Description:

The Easy Basics of Telehealth and Telemedicine.

Dates/Topics:

Ongoing / Monthly

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Building Healthy, Equitable Communities Series

Description:

What are the elements of a healthy and equitable community? How do we create conditions in which all children and families can thrive? This series will discuss how law and policy coupled with community power can catalyze new opportunities for everyone to achieve their full health potential.

This publicly accessible series offers 6 strategic trainings—each including a blog post, a webinar, and an interactive expert panel—examining a range of topics from food systems to the built environment to preemption.

Dates/Topics:

2018 Webinar Schedule

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Description:

Monthly Together 2 Goal webinars feature speakers from leading health organizations delivering best practicesand resources for improving care and outcomes for patients with diabetes. Each webinar focuses on a different topic.

Dates:

Third Thursday of every month.

View upcoming and past webinars at: Together 2 Goal


America's Opiate Epidemic and How We Got Here

Description:

Journalist and author of “Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic” will discuss the factors that went into creating our national epidemic of opiate addiction: pharmaceutical marketing, demanding American health consumers, changes in our heroin market, and more.

Date:

Friday, December 7, 2018

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Gaining Project Support from Your Team, Elected Officials, and the Public

Description:

This webinar will cover:

  1. Keys to presenting your idea or project effectively

  2. Ways everyone can play a role in leading and supporting change

  3. Case studies on how to navigate and serve successfully

Date:

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

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Diabetes Prevention Program Demonstration Projects Webinar Series

Description:

Upon completion, participants should be able to:

  • Explain key components the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP)

  • Identify processes for screening, testing, and referring patients with pre-diabetes to a CDC-recognized diabetes prevention program

  • Evaluate screening and referral models and ways to develop, and operationalize these models

Maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.

Date:

The three webinars—September 25, October 23 and November 8

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Applying analytics to opioid crisis: prescription for success

Description:

This webinar will discuss:

  • how data findings can be employed in predictive modeling

  • ways to identify demographic and geographic patterns of opioid-related encounters

  • potential predictors of opioid abuse

Date:

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

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New Insights into the Opioid Crisis and Work: Important Information for Workers and Employers

Description:

The presenters will share their latest insights related to the risks of opioid use, misuse, and overdose in worker populations. This webinar presentation will explore critical insights into potential work-related antecedents and risks factors for opioid misuse, the latest data on opioid overdose by industry and occupation, and primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention methods and interventions. The presentation will also provide an introduction to the NIOSH Response to the Opioid Crisis framework, helping to address the challenges facing our nation’s workers and workplaces related to opioids.

Date:

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

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Exploring Evidence-Based Legal and Policy Strategies to Prevent Fatal Injuries and Violence

Description:

This webinar will focus on the 2 Injury and Violence LHIs — reducing injury deaths and reducing homicides. Presenters will highlight legal research and other policy-related resources that can provide decision-makers and public health professionals with the necessary tools and information to identify and implement laws, policies, and programs to improve population health in their own communities. You’ll also hear about how communities can address these issues by leveraging evidence-based law and policy solutions to address injury and violence prevention goals.

Date:

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

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Fostering School Environments that Prevent Teen Dating Violence and Sexual Harassment

Description:

Web conference where moderators will dive deeper into what infrastructure is needed to implement comprehensive school-based violence prevention and how practitioners are going about this. Objectives:

  • Explore how to build the infrastructure needed to implement comprehensive school-based violence prevention (e.g. building school partnerships).

  • Describe real-world examples of how practitioners and advocates are changing school environments through policies and practices.

  • Engage in a dialogue about how to make change in school environments for violence prevention.

Date:

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

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County Health Rankings & Roadmaps 101

Description:

  • Join the RWJF for this program overview to learn how you can use:
    Data to reveal the factors that influence health,
    Evidence to focus on strategies that work,
    Guidance to put strategies into action, and
    Stories of real-world experiences to inspire and inform your efforts.

Date:

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

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Trauma Informed Interviewing - Turning Understanding into Outcomes Webinar

Description:

As a result of this session, participants will be better able to:

  • Describe the challenges with memory storage and recall of traumatic events.

  • Explain the value that trauma informed interviewing affords to both victims and law enforcement.

  • Conduct a trauma informed interview that produces high value information.

Date:

Wednesday,October 24, 2018

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State Options for Promoting Recovery among Pregnant and Parenting Women with Opioid or Substance Use Disorder

Description:

This NASHP webinar will highlight a state that is coordinating across agencies and systems to meet the needs of pregnant and parenting women affected by SUD. Speakers from Colorado will describe the coverage, financing, and care delivery strategies that their state agencies and safety net providers leverage to facilitate recovery among pregnant and parenting women with SUD, including opportunities for cross-system collaboration.

Date:

Wednesday,October 24, 2018

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Peer-to-Peer Webinar Series: Success Stories in Evidence-Informed Decision Making

Description:

  • Join public health practitioners across Canada as they share their success stories of using or implementing evidence-informed decision making (EIDM) in the real world. Learn about the strategies and tools used by presenters to improve the use of evidence. Each webinar will feature two presentations. This series will feature authors from the NCCMT’s EIDM Casebook as well as other presenters.

Date:

Tuesday,October 23, 2018

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Substance Use, Trauma and Domestic Violence: Critical Issues, Promising Approaches

Description:

This webinar will highlight strategies for addressing the multiple factors that contribute to substance use in the context of domestic violence; promising approaches to the opioid epidemic by rural domestic violence programs; and an evidence-based intervention to increase safety for people dealing with substance use and trauma.

Date:

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

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2018 Mid-Year Rural Health Policy Roundup

Description:

The objectives for this webinar are to: 

  • Obtain current information on Congressional Initiatives that impact rural health care

  • Learn the status of the rural health care initiatives at committee and administrative levels

  • Gain the latest information about any new governmental administrative rulings that impact rural health care along with positions taken by NRHA

Date:

Thursday, October 18, 2018

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Trauma and the Opioid Epidemic: This is Your Brain on Drugs. This is Your Brain on Trauma

Description:

In this webinar, we will provide participants the tools to confidently discuss the basic science of the surprisingly similar effects of trauma and opioids on the brain, as well as medication and therapeutic interventions, with clients, colleagues, and policy makers.

Date:

Thursday, October 18, 2018

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