Update: this webinar was recorded and you can view the archived video here.
Join us on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 for a webinar for public health and disability service providers about including people with disabilities in public health plans and efforts. The webinar, entitled Including People with Disabilities—Public Health Workforce Competencies, will be presented by Dr. Adriane Griffen, Senior Director, Public Health & Leadership, at the Association of University Centers on Disability. This webinar is hosted by The Rural Institute for Inclusive Communities and Dr. Meg Ann Traci, RTC:Rural colleague and Director of the Montana Disability and Health Program (MTDH).
Dr. Griffen will provide an overview of the competencies and linkages to public health accreditation and information on local and national resources to help public health organizations strengthen their workforce and better include people with disabilities. The webinar will also provide a forum for participants to discuss current resources and strategies being used by others in the field.
The webinar is a Montana-specific version of a previous workforce competencies webinar Dr. Griffen participated in on January 24, 2017. RTC:Rural is pleased to support this webinar as a way to share knowledge between national, state, and local public health professionals and disability service providers about including people with disabilities in public health plans in a rural state like Montana.
- Date: Tuesday, October 17
- Time: 12:00- 1:00 p.m. MST
- The webinar is open to public health and disability service providers
To register, click on the following link: Including People with Disabilities: Public Health Workforce Competencies Webinar Registration
The webinar will be live-captioned and archived for future reference.
For more information about including people with disabilities in public health, visit www.disabilityinpublichealth.org.
To access the previous webinar recording and download the presentation slides, click here: Including People with Disabilities: Public Health Workforce Competencies, January 24, 2017.