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Theme of the Month: Upstream Approaches in Public Health Practice
Related to the Theme of the Month
Roots of Health Inequity, Unit 5 – Social Justice*
After taking this course, you will be able to:
- List four principles of social justice.
- Identify specific ways in which social justice principles might be applied to elements of everyday practice.
- Recognize the difference between social justice and other approaches to public health practice.
- Examine the underlying assumptions, features, and values of a social justice approach to public health practice and contemplate how it relates to everyday work.
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How to Build, Maintain and Sustain Community Coalitions Focused on Population Health (part of the Arizona State Office of Rural Health Webinar Series)
Sponsor: Southwest Telehealth Resource Center, Arizona Telemedicine Program, University of Arizona Center for Rural Health
Date/Time: Tuesday, September 29, 2015, 12pm PT/3pm ET
Presenters: Martha Moore-Monroy, MA, Rural Programs Manager, Arizona State Office of Rural Health; Agnes Attakai, MPA, Director, Health Disparities Outreach and Prevention Education, Center for health Equality, University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health
In Case You Missed it
This month’s Log-in2Learn Webinar
Nicholas Freudenberg, DrPH presented
“Moving Public Health Practice Upstream to Reduce Health Inequities”
Download the recommended reading and slides.
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John Vivolo presents, “Understanding and Combating Resistance to Online Learning”
Log-in2Learn October 6, 2015 from 12-1pm ET