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Learning Opportunities: Mental Health in Disasters, Culturally Competent Data Analytics, Transgender Inclusive Healthcare

Region 4 and Region 1 bring us four live webinars this month, including a series on mental health response to human and natural disasters.

 

 

 

 

From Region IV – Region IV Public Health Training Center

Mental Health Response to Disasters: Natural Disasters (Part One)

Live webinar July 15: This webinar is part one of a two-part series. The first webinar will discuss a mental health response to both natural and human-created disasters. The differences for each type of disaster will be discussed with a focus on natural disasters. Case studies from different natural disasters will be discussed. It will also discuss the relationship between the mental health and public health sectors and how these two groups work together during a natural disaster.

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Mental Health Response to Disasters: Human-Created Disasters (Part Two)

Live webinar July 22: This second webinar will discuss a mental health response to human-created disasters. The phases of response to a human-created disaster will be described as well as the factors that lead to resilience. Case studies on recent human-created disasters will be discussed. It will also discuss the relationship between the mental health and public health sectors and how these two groups work together during a human-created disaster.

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From Region IV – Florida Public Health Training Center

The Use of Culturally Competent Data Analytics for Health Professionals Serving Under-Served Communities

Live webinar July 15: Data has been growing in an unprecedented way both in type and volume. In addition, in the past few years, machine learning algorithms have increasingly gained more popularity.

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From Region I – New England Public Health Training Center

Creating Transgender Inclusive Healthcare Environments

Live webinar July 16: This course is designed to support public health and healthcare professionals to develop inclusive environments for transgender and gender diverse individuals. We will review current terms and methods for collecting useful and affirming demographic data. We will also discuss the steps taken and strategies used to create an integrated trans health care program in a large FQHC in Rhode Island.

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