This hybrid course (10 modules online and one in-person session) will provide an overview of occupational health nursing (OHN) for participants who may be considering a career change, an opportunity for practicing OHNs to refresh their knowledge base and assistance to OHNs in preparing to take the American Board of Occupational Health Nurses (ABOHN) certification exam.
University of Washington
Dr. Jonathan Levin, professor and chair of the Stanford University department of economics, will present the third Endowed Milliman Lecture in Economics.
Modern tunneling methods potentially expose workers to old and previously unanticipated hazards resulting in possible adverse health effects. This course will provide information for owners, contractors, regulators, and health and safety professionals on best practices for safe tunnel construction.
Nathan Price, Ph.D.
Institute for Systems Biology
Dr. Larry Green will discuss the Precede-Proceed model, which is a framework to help health planners, policymakers, and educators analyze a situation and design health programs efficiently. It is founded in the social/behavioral sciences, epidemiology, and education.
He and Dr. Judith Ottoson will also field questions, focusing on what health educators and practitioners want and need to know about planning, implementation and evaluation.
To register, go to http://pnwsophe.org/news_events.php.
Students attend free, members of the Pacific Northwest Society for Public Health Education pay $10, non-members $20. Registration fee includes 1.5 M/CHES credits.
Networking at Starbucks across from Wright Auditorium from 9:30 am-10 am.
University of Washington
Eric J. Chow, MM, MPH
Department of Pediatrics
FHRC, Clinical Research & Public Health Sciences Division
Kate Davies, MA, DPhil.
Clinical Associate Professor
Department of Health Services
Safe patient handling (SPH) benefits both patients and healthcare employees. This conference will provide key factors in sustaining SPH programs in terms of organizational perspectives and practices, patient assessments, employee education, and program evaluation for quality assurance.
This presentation examines the relationship between two decisions many people face in their 50's and 60's -- when to retire and whether to provide care for an elderly parent, and the health outcomes related to these decisions. This seminar will provide empirical information that will be of both professional and personal interest to many of us.
Dr. Coe is a health economist who this year joined the faculty in the UW Department of Health Services. She was formerly the Associate Director of Research at the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College. Her expertise is in the economics of aging, labor, and public economics. Her primary research focus is how government policies interact with each other and how they influence individual behavior.
We appreciate RSVPs from guests so we can be sure to have enough chairs and handouts. Please RSVP to Yael Yanich.
This year's awardees include Stephen Gloyd, Associate Chair, Global Health;
Professor, Global Health; and Professor, Health Services. Dr. Gloyd will be awarded the University Faculty Lecture Award.
The awardees also include the global health Partners PrEP study team, which won the Distinguished Staff Award. The team members are Mira Emmanuel-Ogier, Harald Haugen, Ting Hong, Lara Kidoguichi, Meighan Krows, Susan Morrison, Dana Panteleeff, Katherine Thomas.
10-11am: Undergraduate Ceremony
11am-12pm: All School Reception (families and guests welcome)
12-12:30pm: Master & PhD prep (grads dress & are staged)
12:30-1:45pm: Master & Ph.D. Ceremony
1:45-2:45pm: Continuing Reception
Cap and gown are strongly encouraged
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