Persuasive Communication for Healthier Communities: A Three Part Series- Webinar 2: Where Persuasion Fits in Health Conversations: Communicating to Different Personality Styles
Live Webinar May 7, 2018: The series of three Webinars will provide a progressive look at the art of persuasion in a health conversation. As individuals, we form habits of communication and methods to attempt to influence others. The exploration will include examining beliefs and interpretations of information that impact how we communicate with our clients about their health. It becomes a challenge when evidence-based information is not convincing. This series will look at methods to navigate through emerging and competing influences that impact how patients send and receive information. By engaging others in meaningful conversations about their health we have a chance to influence.
Grant Writing Basics
Live on May 18, 2018: Grant Writing Basics, to be held in Morgantown, West Virginia, provides an overview of all phases of the grant writing cycle, including getting your organization ready to seek funding, identifying and assessing funding opportunities, writing the proposal, and following up on the decision of the grant making organization.
Data-Based Decision-Making Using Data to Intervene for Maternal and Child Health – Part One Series
The purpose of this on-demand training is to inform public health professionals how to use data to shape needs assessments, develop public health programs, and provide a framework for program evaluation. In Part One of this series, learners will take advantage of readily available data sources to begin planning and implementing a successful health program related to issues in maternal and child health using Columbia County, NY as a case study.
Data-Based Decision-Making Using Data to Intervene for Maternal and Child Health – Part Two
In Part Two of this series, learners will take advantage of readily available data sources to explore interventions and programs to address public health issues in maternal and child health using Columbia County, NY as a case study.