Training Update

http://echodesigngroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/KTG-Lunch-and-Learn.jpgSummer Webinar Series

The Southeast Public Health Training Center, part of the North Carolina Institute for Public Health, is pleased to announce a FREE Lunch and Learn Webinar Series highlighting hot topics in public health.

Join us from 12:00 to 1:00 pm each month to learn more about these emerging issues, specific to public health in North Carolina:

June 24, 2014: The Drug Overdose Prevention Law and use of Naloxone

July 24, 2014:  Social media and public health

August 5, 2014: Refugee health – Who, What and Where?

During each webinar,  including its relevance to public health in North Carolina plus strategies to enhance your knowledge and recommendations for how you can learn more. Each webinar will include ample time for interaction with the webinar’s presenter and panelists.

Need more information? Want to register? Click here.

News & Spotlight

Reminder: Vulnerable & At-Risk Populations Resource Guide Webinar June 17th
Join national, state, and local leaders for the official launch of the newly (re)designed Vulnerable & At-Risk Populations Resource Guide. The North Carolina Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Center (NC PERRC) at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health has developed a quick online resource guide to provide a custom list of resources with accompanying jurisdictional maps to aide public health preparedness planning for vulnerable and at-risk populations. Be one of the first to hear from our experts on how this innovative mapping and resource tool evolved, take a “virtual” tour of the site, and learn how you can utilize it in your public health preparedness planning. Register early and reserve your space for this exciting event!

Tuesday, June 17, 2014, from 2:00 to 3:00 pm (EDT)
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The North Carolina Institute for Public Health is dedicated to delivering training, conducting research, and providing technical assistance to transform the practice of public health for all.