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National Women's Health Week Webinars
National Women's Health week is May 13-19. The March of Dimes North Carolina Preconception Health Campaign is celebrating the week by offering two free lunchtime webinars. We invite you to join us!
May 15, 2012 – 12:00 – 1:15 p.m.
Reproductive Life Planning: Simple strategies to help your patients plan ahead
Presented by Rovonda Bradford, MA and Sarah Wright, MA
- Understand the role of preconception health counseling in women’s health services
- Increase knowledge about the key components of reproductive life planning
- Understand how reproductive life planning relates to opportunistic preconception health counseling
- Increase awareness about the importance of counseling all female patients of childbearing age about reproductive life planning
- Improve reproductive life planning counseling skills
- Learn strategies to improve reproductive life planning service delivery (within a practice or across agencies/partners)
Intended audience: outreach workers, nurses, physicians, mid-level providers, social workers, health educators, medical assistants, etc.
Free CEUs, CHES/MCHES, CMEs and CNEs are available and will be provided by Area L AHEC. Instructions for receiving continuing education credits will be provided during the Webinar.
To register visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/230120993
May 17, 2012 – 12:00 – 1:15 p.m.
Women and health: Getting your message across to patients
Presented by Megan Fazekas, Communications Coordinator
This presentation will help attendees learn:
- The basics of social marketing
- How to use simple social marketing principles in every day interactions with patients
- Which health messages appeal to women of childbearing age
- How women want to receive these health messages
- Why audience segmentation matters and the differences between specific audiences
Intended audience: outreach workers, nurses, physicians, mid-level providers, social workers, health educators, medical assistants, public health professionals, program administrators, women’s health advocates, etc.
Continuing education is not available for this presentation.
To register visit: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/511406801