Training Opportunities — May 4, 2012

Webinar: A Healthy People 2020 Spotlight on LGBT Health: Transgender Health, May 8th at 10:00 AM Learn more about the new LGBT topic area, gender identity and development, and transgender health.

Smoke-Free Multi-Unit Housing Workshop, May 30-31, 2012, St. Paul, MN
The Live Smoke Free program at the Association for Nonsmokers–Minnesota and the Public Health Law Center are hosting a Smoke-Free Multi-Unit Housing workshop for Communities Putting Prevention to Work grantees and others who’d like to learn how to develop a smoke-free multi-unit housing program in their community. The workshop will feature guest speakers from the tobacco control field, the multi-housing industry, and the area of landlord-tenant law, as well as comprehensive training materials.

Webinar: Telling the Public Health Story to the FDA, May 22nd at 11:30 AM
Sponsored by the National African American Tobacco Prevention Network and featuring staff attorneys Mike Freiberg and Joelle Lester from the Tobacco Control Legal Consortium, this interactive session will help attendees understand how to interact directly with the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products to help the agency further public health.  To register for the webinar, please email Kara at kendsley@naatpn.org by May 18, 2012.

Tomando Control de su Salud Trainings
May 18 & 19 and 25 & 26, 2012 in Woodburn, OR, Marion County

  • Sandra Echavarria, 503-982-0635 x 6424 or sandraec@yvfwc.org
  • Master Trainers:  Maribel Mendez and TBA
  • Training to be held at Salud Medical Center, 1175 Mt Hood Ave

June 7 – 10, 2012 in Redmond, OR, Deschutes County

  • Brenda Johnson, 541-322-7430 or brenda.johnson@deschutes.org
  • Master Trainers:  Katia Ariceaga and Connie Saldana
  • Training to be held at Becky Johnson Center, 412 SW 8th

Health Impact Assessment Summer Training, July 16-19, 2012 in San Francisco
The San Francisco Department of Public Health will hold its fifth annual summer training course for health impact assessment practitioners on July 16-19, 2012. The overall goal of the course is to provide current and future practitioners of HIA experience using available procedures, regulations, and tools to implement an HIA.  Cost is $960 and includes course materials, breakfast, and lunch; accommodations and travel are not included.

Archived Webinar: Vermont’s Success in Developing a Sustainable Infrastructure for CDSMP
Learn about Vermont’s unique model and strong state partnerships that include the departments of disabilities/aging, health, and health access.

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