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Learn About Health And The Built Environment In The March Webinar

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Description:

In continuation of the February webinar, we will move upstream in our discussion of the built environment. We will explore how issues related to housing/urban growth/land development can contribute to economic and class segregation and in turn, shape our communities, cultures and other characteristics that influence inequities around chronic disease, mental health and social determinants of health. We will also look at what that means for us as individuals and how it can shape our interactions within our communities.

Presented by:

Adam Anderson, MPH, MURP
Population Health Epidemiologist
Tri-County Health Department

 

Mr. Anderson is currently a Population Health Epidemiologist at Tri-County Health Department. He specializes in understanding and measuring how communities, cultures, and the physical environment we live in can influence health outcomes and behaviors. In his current role, he is responsible for assisting the department with data analysis, GIS, statistical modeling, data visualization, data collection, mapping, graphic design, and presentations. Previous to Tri-County Health Department, he worked as a GIS Health Analyst at Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and as a Land-Use Planner for a private planning/architecture firm in Denver. Mr. Anderson has a Master of Public Health, Master of Urban and Regional Planning and a BS in Landscape Architecture.

 

Join Us For The March CPHA Outside: Butterfly Pavilion Yoga

 Join CPHA Outside for a rejuvenating Rainforest Yoga session surrounded by exotic plants and beautiful butterflies at the Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster on Saturday, March 18 at 8:00 a.m.

Sign up as early as possible – space fills quickly!

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Be A Part Of Working Minds: Train The Trainer

This 8-hour training gives participants the tools to deliver the 2-hour Working Minds™ training and the 4-hour Working Minds Pro™ training in the community. After completing the course, trainers are able to give participants the tools to identify people at risk and respond to a crisis. The goal is to give simple tools for a psychologically safer and mentally healthy workplace.

Working Minds is a program of the Carson J Spencer Foundation. More here: www.CarsonJSpencer.org and here: www.WorkingMinds.org

TRAIN-THE-TRAINER WORKSHOP LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Understand why suicide prevention is important in the workplace. Recognize signs and symptoms of suicidal risk. Practice facilitating conversations around suicide. Identify best practices for organizations in the aftermath of a suicide. Create a plan to implement training in high stress workplaces.

TRAINING INCLUDES: 8-hour train-the-trainer skill-building workshop Marketing materials Instructor toolkit Working Minds™ PowerPoint Participant workbook Access to trainer portal Working Minds™ wallet card and magnet

TRAIN-THE-TRAINER WORKSHOP IS FOR: HR professionals Managers/Supervisors Business Leaders Life coaches/peer supporters/peer specialists EAP providers Risk management/Safety Wellness Trainers Mental Health/suicide prevention advocates

QUESTIONS? Carson J Spencer Foundation 303.219.5042 or [email protected]

Where: 1799 Pennsylvania Street Meeting Room 5, Denver, CO 80203

When: Wednesday, Mar 8, 2017 at 9:00 AM

 

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Registration Now Open For LIFE 2017!

April 21, 2017 – Westminster, CO  

Join us for Leadership is for Everyone (LIFE) 2017a dynamic annual one-day leadership development and networking event.  Presentations this year include Peacemaking and Communicating Ethically by Darius Smith, Working Off Stress by Josh Scott, and Creating Civility by Deb Center.  This event is open to everyone and sells out every year, so register soon!  The 2017 registration fee is $105, and includes all presentations, materials and lunch.

LIFE 2017 Program Details and Registration

 

Submit An Application For RIHEL

The Regional Institute for Health and Environmental Leadership is now accepting applications for:  

The Advanced Leadership Training Program

RIHEL is now accepting applications to the Advanced Leadership Training Program (ALTP) class of 2018.  This unique year-long program provides you with high quality advanced training that will expand your leadership skills and capacity, and enhance your professional network.  But don’t take just our word for it, see what our graduates have to say:

 “RIHEL allowed me to see myself and my potential for leading in much bigger ways than I would have realized on my own.  I gained tremendous confidence in my own ability to lead, and since completing my RIHEL program, I have sought out and been granted leadership positions at the state and national level.”

 “RIHEL is such a rich opportunity of dedicated time for trying so many [leadership] skills and strategies.”

 “The time for ‘bonding’ with classmates/colleagues has had a tremendous impact on my leadership abilities and willingness to lead.”

 “All the instructors are fabulous - intelligent, informed, well spoken, humorous, well done!”

 “This has been the absolute best professional development experience of my career.  Thank you!”

 Get more details and start your application today.  Deadline for submissions is April 30th.

 
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