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Diana Rivera
Dec 13, 2018
In Events and Happenings
Hi all, Please join us on January 10 @ 10am PT / 1pm ET for our next webinar, What's Underneath the Iceberg: Unpacking ACEs and Addressing Structural Inequities. This session will examine the critical role that trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) -- and the community structures, systems, and policies that drive them -- play in shaping the long term health and wellbeing of children and their families across the life course. Building upon an multi-systems “iceberg” framework, speakers will explore the multiple layers and systems that contribute to these inequities and lift up examples of efforts underway to address these critical issues. Register today at: http://bit.ly/now-webinar-aces and feel free to share the information below -- hope you can join us! WEBINAR: What's Underneath the Iceberg: Unpacking ACEs and Addressing Structural Inequities Thursday, January 10, 2019 10-11am PT / 1-2pm ET Register at: http://bit.ly/now-webinar-aces Across the country, ongoing research and growing attention continues to shed light on the critical role that experiences of trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) -- and the community structures, systems, and policies that drive them -- play in shaping the long term health and wellbeing of children and their families across the life course. Building upon an multi-systems “iceberg” framework, this webinar will explore the multiple layers and systems that contribute to inequities in community experiences and outcomes shaped by early life adversities. Speakers will share how they are unpacking these layers and lift up examples of efforts underway to address these critical issues.
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Diana Rivera
Dec 06, 2018
In Events and Happenings
Hi all, Check out this timely and important webinar hosted by Public Health Awakened on December 17 -- please see this message below from the organizer: #WokePublicHealth: Immigration Policies and Health Impacts. When: Dec 17, 2018 11:00 AM-12:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Description: Local law enforcement practices in collaboration with federal immigration policies are leading to deeper health inequities. Join us for a report-back from 3 community-based research approaches to studying the impact of immigration policies on community health, followed by Q&A. Human Impact Partners and La Unión del Pueblo Entero will share insight on their recent research in the Rio Grande Valley community in Texas. Drs. Nicole Novak and William Lopez will share their research with communities throughout the heartland that have been targeted with workplace immigration raids and Dr. Paul Fleming will discuss the impact of immigration policy on health care access Southeast Michigan. Please register to receive call-in details, and to make sure you receive a recording of the event: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/07a0705077e3586d34538d7d4481ef37 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Please let me know if you have any questions! Martha -- Martha Ockenfels-Martinez, MPH she / her / hers Research Associate • Human Impact Partners (510) 452-9442, ext. 110 • martha@humanimpact.org 304 12th St. • Suite 2B • Oakland, CA • 94607 Web | Blog | Facebook | Twitter
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