Sep
28
8:00 AM08:00

Tenth Annual C. Everett Koop, MD Tobacco Treatment Conference: It's Not Just Cigarettes Anymore

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Tenth Annual C. Everett Koop, MD Tobacco Treatment Conference: It’s Not Just Cigarettes Anymore

Tobacco use in the population has changed dramatically with many novel products entering the market in the past few years. Cigarettes remain the most commonly used product among adults – and the most deadly. In addition to potentially lower-harm tobacco products, like electronic cigarettes, we face more use of other combusted products like marijuana – especially in states where recreational use is legal. In the clinic or ambulatory setting, we struggle to deliver advice to the many constellations of tobacco and marijuana use. The Tenth Annual Koop Conference will embrace the complexity of these issues by addressing many different aspects of inhaled use of substances.

Learning Outcome
At the conclusion of this learning activity, the participant will be able to discuss at least three recent changes in evidence-based care of individuals who use tobacco, tobacco products, or marijuana.

Target Audience
Physicians, dentists, nurse practitioners, nurses, physician assistants, addiction specialists, social workers, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, dental assistants, tobacco treatment specialists, educators, students and all clinicians who work with tobacco users.

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Sep
14
9:00 AM09:00

Community Engaged Research Cafe

This is an event to bring Dartmouth health care researchers and community members together to discuss what health challenges are important in our communities and how researchers and community members can work together to find solutions.

Join this interactive gathering to meet others interested in community engaged research, discuss lessons learned, challenges and opportunities for collaboration.

There is no cost to attend. 

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Jul
18
12:00 PM12:00

Cancer Control Program Behavioral Research Meeting: Dr. Sarah Pratt

Title: " Evaluating E-cigarette Substitution in Chronic Smokers with Serious Mental Illness: Update on a Clinical Trial"

Dr. Sarah Pratt has been at Dartmouth since 1999 when she completed a clinical internship, followed by a one-year research and clinical post-doctoral fellowship.  Her research interests and expertise primarily involve the development of interventions for people with serious mental illness aimed at enhancing health, symptom self-management, community functioning, quality of life, and fitness, as well as studies to evaluate integrated models of physical and mental health care, and assessment of In SHAPE, a fitness promotion program for people with serious mental illness.  She also has conducted smoking cessation research for the past 10 years, serving as Site PI on a randomized controlled trial of Chantix and as Co-PI on a large, statewide study that assessed the use of incentives to encourage smoking cessation among Medicaid recipients with SMI.  In the course of this work, she developed an interest in research on electronic cigarettes.  One of her two currently funded R01s is evaluating the appeal and impact of electronic cigarettes among chronic smokers with SMI who have been unable to quit smoking.

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PLEASE NOTE: A light lunch is provided on a first-come basis. 

IF you are planning to attend, please respond to Andrea.M.Gilbert@dartmouth.edu

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Jun
13
6:30 PM18:30

The Magnitude of the Opioid Crisis in New Hampshire: Barriers and treatment for patients with substance use disorder

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Hosted by The Mascoma Community Health Center in Canaan, NH.

Our guest speaker will be Peter Mason, MD, Family Medicine Physician, who has been practicing in Lebanon since 1981. Dr. Mason is an Assistant Professor of Community and Family Medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and has provided medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder in the Upper Valley since 2005.

We hope you can join us for an engaging talk on the Opioid Crisis in NH.

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Jun
5
8:00 AM08:00

Psychiatry Grand Rounds: Kelly Aschbrenner, PhD

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Title:  Early Intervention with Mobile Health Coaching and Peer Support to Address Health Risks Among Young People with Serious Mental Illness

 Dr. Aschbrenner is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Adjunct Assistant Professor of the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. She is also Co-PI on the Core Research Project for the HPRCD.

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Jun
1
12:00 PM12:00

Leadership Preventive Medicine Residency Quality Improvement Practicum Projects

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The Leadership Preventive Medicine Residency will be celebrating the Quality Improvement Practicum Projects of our upcoming 2018 graduates, with a Poster Fair of their projects on Friday, June 1st between 12-1:00pm.  It will be located in the foyer, 4th floor of Williamson and Rubin buildings.  Food will be served.  We hope you will stop by to visit the great work of our physician trainees.

Luke Barré, MD – Rheumatology Fellow: “Improving Gout Management in Primary Care: The Gout Gap”

Megan Gallagher, MD – Infectious Disease: “Improving Early Sepsis Detection and the Best Practice Alert for Sepsis Management”

Julia MacCallum, MD – OB/GYN:  “Improving brief intervention and referral to treatment for substance use in the prenatal period”

Kate MacMillan, MD – Pediatrics: “Improving Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Care through a Patient and Family Centered Assessment Tool”

Saumya Saini, MD – Endocrinology: “Improving the Care for Patients with Thyroid Cancer by Increasing Adherence to Clinical Practice Guidelines”

Hillary Spencer, MD – Pediatrics: “Improving identification and documentation of SDH in GAP”

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May
31
3:00 PM15:00

JUULs in Schools: A Panel Discussion about E-cigarette Use and Vaping among Vermont Teens

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Join us on May 31, World No Tobacco Day, for a presentation and panel discussion on the use of JUUL — the e-cigarette brand — among youth in Vermont schools. Hear from students, school faculty members and health officials, including Health Commissioner Mark Levine, MD, about the increasing popularity of e-cigarettes and vaping among students, and strategies for protecting our youth from addiction and harm caused by nicotine.

JUUL is a small, easily concealed device, often resembling a flash drive, that delivers a high dose of nicotine. A single “pod” can have the nicotine equivalent of an entire pack of cigarettes. Nicotine is a highly addictive substance that can harm adolescent brain development.

According to the Vermont Youth Risk Behavior Survey, about a third of high school students, including nearly 45 percent of 12th graders have ever used an electronic vapor device.

Watch Online via Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/HealthVermont

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May
30
2:00 PM14:00

ASTHO-PRC Ask the Experts: Mental and Public Health Integration

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Expert panelists from University of Washington Prevention Research Center, Dartmouth University Prevention Research Center, Nevada Department of Health and Human Services will address the intersection of community-based research, policy development and program implementation related to integrating mental and public health. Upon registration, participants will have the opportunity to submit questions for the panelists to address. 

CDC supports 26 Prevention Research Centers (PRCs) connected with accredited schools of public health or schools of medicine to conduct prevention research. These centers also partner with community stakeholders to translate the research into effective programs and other strategies to support national and state initiatives to improve public health.  

Featuring:
Stephen Bartels, MD, MS, Co-Principal Investigator, Health Promotion Research Center at Dartmouth
Julie Kotchevar, PhD, Deputy Director, Nevada Department of Health and Human Services
Lesley Steinman, MPH, MSW, Research Scientist, University of Washington Health Promotion Research Center

OBJECTIVES:

  • Facilitate discussion between public health professionals and public health experts.
  • Identify strategies for reducing stigma associated with mental and behavioral health.
  • Understand how public health can integrate with mental and behavioral health.
  • Learn how state health departments can partner with PRCs to implement and adapt public health programs for people with mental health illness.
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May
24
11:00 AM11:00

HPRCD Obesity Research Think Tank

We host monthly obesity research think tanks as an opportunity for Dartmouth researchers and their collaborators to discuss current issues related to their grant applications. At these meetings we offer technical assistance and facilitate new connections. Researchers can bring a question, talk about a need, or bring the aims of their next grant. We focus on helping attendees think through what they need to move their work forward.

Meetings are located in Café B at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. See the map for directions: http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/documents/level_2.pdf

We also offer a WebEx option for attendees to join us from a remote location. To request information about how to attend through WebEx, please email us at: Health.Promotion.Research.Center@Dartmouth.Edu with the word WebEx in the subject line.

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May
23
12:00 PM12:00

Cancer Control Program Behavioral Research Meeting: Mary Brunette, MD

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Title: “Randomized trial of smoking cessation interventions for Medicaid beneficiaries - do incentives and  intervention intensity matter?”

Location: DHMC L2B

PLEASE NOTE: A light lunch is provided on a first-come basis. 
IF you are planning to attend, please respond to Andrea.M.Gilbert@dartmouth.edu

 

 Mary Brunette, MD Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

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Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

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May
8
5:00 PM17:00

Leading the Way to Diabetes & Tobacco Treatment for those Diagnosed with Behavior Health and Substance Use Disorders

  • Pandora Mill Building, 1st Floor Multipurpose Room (map)
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Please join us in this learning opportunity where attendees will:

  • Learn strategies to increase access to and participation in Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME) among individuals diagnosed with behavioral health or substance use disorders.
  • Increase confidence to effectively deliver DSME programs to this population.
  • Make the association between diabetes and tobacco treatment and HEDIS performance.
  • Learn about tobacco treatment resources offered through QuitNow-NH.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Professionals that serve people with diabetes, provide DSME services, or want to increase referrals to DSME. This includes but is not limited to: certified diabetes educators, registered dietitians, registered nurses, pharmacists, physicians, advanced practice registered nurses, physician assistants, social workers, and behavioral health professionals.

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May
3
11:00 AM11:00

HPRCD Tobacco Research Think Tank

We host monthly tobacco research think tanks as an opportunity for Dartmouth researchers and their collaborators to discuss current issues related to their grant applications. At these meetings we offer technical assistance and facilitate new connections. Researchers can bring a question, talk about a need, or bring the aims of their next grant. We focus on helping attendees think through what they need to move their work forward.

Meetings are located in Café B at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. See the map for directions: http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/documents/level_2.pdf

We also offer a WebEx option for attendees to join us from a remote location. To request information about how to attend through WebEx, please email us at: Health.Promotion.Research.Center@Dartmouth.Edu with the word WebEx in the subject line.

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Apr
25
5:00 PM17:00

7th Annual C. Everett Koop Distinguished Lecture: "The Case Against Sugar"

Featuring Gary Taubes, Journalist, Co-Founder of Nutrition Science Initiative (NUSI)

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The sugar industry’s role in influencing public policy and the research agenda, and the (likely) between sugar, weight gain & loss, diabetes and associated chronic diseases. Gary Taubes will discuss his latest book, The Case Against Sugar, and will inform the audience about how to think about making informed decisions on sugar as individuals and as a society. Book sales & signing of The Case Against Sugar follows talk.

Speaker Bio:
Gary Taubes is cofounder of the Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI). He's an investigative science and health journalist, the author of Why We Get Fat and Good Calories, Bad Calories, and a former staff writer for Discover and correspondent for the journal Science. His writing has also appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, and Esquire, and has been included in numerous Best of anthologies, including The Best of the Best American Science Writing (2010). He has received three Science in Society Journalism Awards from the National Association of Science Writers. He is also the recipient of a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Investigator Award in Health Policy Research.

Co-sponsors: C. Everett Koop Institute, Norris Cotton Cancer Center, Rockefeller Center

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Apr
6
9:00 AM09:00

Behavioral Health Research Seminar: Dr. Karen Fortuna

Title: "Peer and Technology-Supported Integrated Illness Self-Management"

Karen L. Fortuna, PhD, MSW is a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award T32 Training Post-Doctoral Fellow in Geriatric Mental Health Services Research (NRSA T32MH073553) at Dartmouth Centers for Health and Aging. Her primary research interest is service delivery strategies for older adults with serious mental illnesses and chronic health conditions. Dr. Fortuna is currently engaging in highly innovative research at the interface of medical and psychiatric self-management and the use of technology and peer specialists (PeerTECH). Dr. Fortuna was recently awarded the NARSAD Young Investigator Grants from the Brain and Behavior Foundation for her work with peer specialists. During her upcoming presentation, Dr. Fortuna will discuss the development and implementation of PeerTECH, lessons learned working with peer specialists, and pilot study findings. 

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Apr
5
11:00 AM11:00

HPRCD Opioid Research Think Tank

We host monthly opioid research think tanks as an opportunity for Dartmouth researchers and their collaborators to discuss current issues related to their grant applications. At these meetings we offer technical assistance and facilitate new connections. Researchers can bring a question, talk about a need, or bring the aims of their next grant. We focus on helping attendees think through what they need to move their work forward.

Meetings are located in Café B at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. See the map for directions: http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/documents/level_2.pdf

We also offer a WebEx option for attendees to join us from a remote location. To request information about how to attend through WebEx, please email us at: Health.Promotion.Research.Center@Dartmouth.Edu with the word WebEx in the subject line.

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Mar
28
8:00 AM08:00

The Real Cost to Business: The Mental Health and Addiction Crisis

  • Southern New Hampshire University – Mara Auditorium, Webster Hall (map)
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Sponsored by: Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Northeast Delta Dental, Charles Schwab and The Hypertherm Hope Foundation

This forum is an opportunity to explore the challenges for employers of addressing behavioral health issues in the workplace. Mental health disorders, co-occurring addiction issues and their impact in workplace, is staggering. Supporting employees who are grappling with mental health issues and the stigma associated with those issues is not insurmountable, but addressing them with a new perspective and supportive treatment options are needed. Those are just some of the topics which will be addressed during this forum. Attendees will leave having heard best practices, insights and considerations for assisting employees, and helping businesses to build a culture of health that ultimately aligns with business goals. 

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Mar
23
9:00 AM09:00

Behavioral Health Research Seminar: Dr. Sarah Pratt

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Title: "Electronic Cigarettes: a Potential Harm Reduction Strategy for Chronic Smokers with SMI Who Can’t Quit"

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Dr. Sarah Pratt has been at Dartmouth since 1999 when she completed a clinical internship, followed by a one-year research and clinical post-doctoral fellowship.  Her research interests and expertise primarily involve the development of interventions for people with serious mental illness aimed at enhancing health, symptom self-management, community functioning, quality of life, and fitness, as well as studies to evaluate integrated models of physical and mental health care, and assessment of In SHAPE, a fitness promotion program for people with serious mental illness.  She also has conducted smoking cessation research for the past 10 years, serving as Site PI on a randomized controlled trial of Chantix and as Co-PI on a large, statewide study that assessed the use of incentives to encourage smoking cessation among Medicaid recipients with SMI.  In the course of this work, she developed an interest in research on electronic cigarettes.  One of her two currently funded R01s is evaluating the appeal and impact of electronic cigarettes among chronic smokers with SMI who have been unable to quit smoking.

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Mar
15
11:00 AM11:00

HPRCD Obesity Research Think Tank

We host monthly obesity research think tanks as an opportunity for Dartmouth researchers and their collaborators to discuss current issues related to their grant applications. At these meetings we offer technical assistance and facilitate new connections. Researchers can bring a question, talk about a need, or bring the aims of their next grant. We focus on helping attendees think through what they need to move their work forward.

Meetings are located in Café B at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. See the map for directions: http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/documents/level_2.pdf

We also offer a WebEx option for attendees to join us from a remote location. To request information about how to attend through WebEx, please email us at: Health.Promotion.Research.Center@Dartmouth.Edu with the word WebEx in the subject line.

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Mar
1
2:00 PM14:00

Ask the Experts: Prevention Research Centers - Preventing Childhood Obesity

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DESCRIPTION:
Childhood obesity affects approximately 12.7 million children and adolescents in the United States. Multi-component local, state, and national initiatives that address both communities and educational systems can have a significant impact on reducing childhood obesity. Expert panelists will address policies, evidence-based programs, and key partnerships for successful childhood obesity prevention initiatives.
 
When you register, submit up to two questions that will be addressed by the speakers during the panel. The session will offer an engaging discussion about the intersections of community-based research, policy development, and public health practice.
 
This virtual event is the first of a three-part series highlighting CDC’s Prevention Research Centers. Join us for upcoming Ask the Experts events highlighting mental health and rural health.  
 
EXPERT PANEL:

  • Lesley Cottrel, PhD
    Co-Principal Investigator, West Virginia Prevention Research Center
    Professor & Vice Chair of Pediatric Research, West Virginia University
    Director, West Virginia University Center for Excellence in Disabilities
  • Rahul Gupta, MD, MPH, MBA, FACP
    Commissioner & State Health Officer, Bureau for Public Health,
    West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources
  • David L. Katz, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP, FACLM
    Director, Yale University Prevention Research Center
    Founder, True Health Initiative
  • Sarah Sliwa, PhD
    Health Scientist, CDC Healthy Schools, Division of Population Health
     

OBJECTIVES:

  • Facilitate discussion between public health professionals and childhood obesity experts.
  • Identify strategies for translating public health research to practice.
  • Understand how to implement multi-component interventions that address physical activity, nutrition, and educational attainment.
  • Learn how state health departments can partner with PRCs, along with other education, community and non-traditional partners to implement childhood obesity prevention programs. 
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Mar
1
11:00 AM11:00

HPRCD Tobacco Research Think Tank

We host monthly tobacco research think tanks as an opportunity for Dartmouth researchers and their collaborators to discuss current issues related to their grant applications. At these meetings we offer technical assistance and facilitate new connections. Researchers can bring a question, talk about a need, or bring the aims of their next grant. We focus on helping attendees think through what they need to move their work forward.

Meetings are located in Café B at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. See the map for directions: http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/documents/level_2.pdf

We also offer a WebEx option for attendees to join us from a remote location. To request information about how to attend through WebEx, please email us at: Health.Promotion.Research.Center@Dartmouth.Edu with the word WebEx in the subject line.

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Feb
15
11:00 AM11:00

HPRCD Opioid Research Think Tank

We host monthly opioid research think tanks as an opportunity for Dartmouth researchers and their collaborators to discuss current issues related to their grant applications. At these meetings we offer technical assistance and facilitate new connections. Researchers can bring a question, talk about a need, or bring the aims of their next grant. We focus on helping attendees think through what they need to move their work forward.

Meetings are located in Café B at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. See the map for directions: http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/documents/level_2.pdf

We also offer a WebEx option for attendees to join us from a remote location. To request information about how to attend through WebEx, please email us at: Health.Promotion.Research.Center@Dartmouth.Edu with the word WebEx in the subject line.

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Feb
9
12:00 PM12:00

The Dartmouth Institute Research in Progress Talk: Anna Adachi-Mejia, PhD

Title: Photovoice as a method to engage older adults of color and of language minorities in New Hampshire
Location: WTRB Room 571 E & W; 1 Medical Center Dr., Lebanon, NH

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Biography
Anna M. Adachi-Mejia, PhD is the Director of Dartmouth’s Prevention Research Center, the Health Promotion Research Center at Dartmouth (HPRCD). She is an Associate Professor at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, a faculty Fellow with the Center for Program Design and Evaluation (CPDE), and a program member of the Cancer Control Research Program at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center. Dr. Adachi-Mejia teaches at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, supervises multiple research teams, and collaborates with partners in academic, community, and non-profit organizations across the country. Adachi-Mejia's research leverages her multidisciplinary training and collaborations to apply novel strategies to measure both human behavior and health outcomes. For this presentation, Dr. Adachi-Mejia will describe her grant funded by the Endowment for Health that applies a technique called “photovoice.” The photovoice process inverts the traditional research approach by putting the focus of empowerment on the participants themselves. Participants take pictures, describe in their own words what they photographed and why, and use that information to facilitate improvements in the community. For this study, she asked participants from the Bhutanese, Hispanic/Latino, and Black/African American communities living in southern New Hampshire to think about their experience of aging in New Hampshire, including what was going well for them and what they wanted help with from others. In this presentation, she will describe the extensive academic and community partnerships and the process involved in activating this type of community-engaged research.

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Jan
18
11:00 AM11:00

HPRCD Opioid Research Think Tank

We host monthly opioid research think tanks as an opportunity for Dartmouth researchers and their collaborators to discuss current issues related to their grant applications. At these meetings we offer technical assistance and facilitate new connections. Researchers can bring a question, talk about a need, or bring the aims of their next grant. We focus on helping attendees think through what they need to move their work forward.

Meetings are located in Café B at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. See the map for directions: http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/documents/level_2.pdf

We also offer a WebEx option for attendees to join us from a remote location. To request information about how to attend through WebEx, please email us at: Health.Promotion.Research.Center@Dartmouth.Edu with the word WebEx in the subject line.

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Jan
18
8:30 AM08:30

11th C. Everett Koop New Hampshire Addiction Medicine Symposium: Harm Reduction in an Opioid Era:

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Harm Reduction in an Opioid Era: Promoting the Health & Dignity of Affected Individuals & Communities

Intended Audiences: Healthcare professionals, safety personnel, law and justice personnel, behavioral health clinicians, educators, legislators and other policy makers, business leaders, community members, all with interest in the topic.

Learning Objectives:
As a result of attending this symposium, participants will be able to: 

  1.  Articulate the rationale for and principles of evidence-based harm reduction strategies.
  2. Identify two policies that incorporate harm reduction principles and practices.
  3. Describe three harm reduction interventions that will effectively integrate harm reduction approaches into the healthcare continuum or the community. 

We hope to see you on January 18th for some great presentations and discussion about how we can all work together to reduce harm in the midst of our current opioid challenges!  

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Dec
14
9:00 AM09:00

NH Alliance for Healthy Aging Quarterly Meeting

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Join the NH Alliance for Healthy Aging (AHA) for the next quarterly meeting on Thursday, December 14, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, with an optional lunch from 12:00 - 12:30 PM. 

Anna Adachi-Mejia, PhD from the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth will be presenting:  Photovoice as a Method to Engage Older Adults of Color and of Language Minorities in New Hampshire. Dr. Adachi-Mejia will share the results of her photovoice study designed to inform diversity, inclusion, and equity in older adult health initiatives. In the study, “Photovoice: Using Photography and Words to tell Stories of Aging in New Hampshire,” older adult participants from Bhutanese, Hispanic, and African American communities living in southern New Hampshire describe their point of view with their own photos and words. 

Other agenda items will include: 

  • Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Project: Renee Pepin
  • AHA Advocacy update: NH Legal Assistance
  • AHA long term public policy planning update: Ellen Koenig
  • Community announcements
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Nov
28
9:00 AM09:00

Tri-State Learning Collaborative on Aging Summit - Driving Community Home

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The Driving Community Home Summit is designed specifically for community and municipal leaders, service and health providers, advocates and researchers who are engaged (or plan to be) in the “aging in community” movement in Northern New England.  The Summit will give you tools, ideas and models you can bring back to implement in your community.  It will address important topics like housing and transportation across the region and will offer many opportunities for cross-community conversation, learning and networking. 

The voices of elders of color from New Hampshire will be highlighted by Dr. Anna Adachi- Mejia, HPRCD Director, who has received Endowment for Health funding to undertake a photovoice project: Aging in New Hampshire: Using photovoice to engage the perspectives of communities of color and of language minorities.

Check out the detailed agenda here.

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Nov
16
11:00 AM11:00

HPRCD Obesity Research Think Tank

We host monthly obesity research think tanks as an opportunity for Dartmouth researchers and their collaborators to discuss current issues related to their grant applications. At these meetings we offer technical assistance and facilitate new connections. Researchers can bring a question, talk about a need, or bring the aims of their next grant. We focus on helping attendees think through what they need to move their work forward.

Meetings are located in Café B at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. See the map for directions: http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/documents/level_2.pdf

We also offer a WebEx option for attendees to join us from a remote location. To request information about how to attend through WebEx, please email us at: Health.Promotion.Research.Center@Dartmouth.Edu with the word WebEx in the subject line.

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Nov
2
11:00 AM11:00

HPRCD Opioid Research Think Tank

We host monthly opioid research think tanks as an opportunity for Dartmouth researchers and their collaborators to discuss current issues related to their grant applications. At these meetings we offer technical assistance and facilitate new connections. Researchers can bring a question, talk about a need, or bring the aims of their next grant. We focus on helping attendees think through what they need to move their work forward.

Meetings are located in Café B at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. See the map for directions: http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/documents/level_2.pdf

We also offer a WebEx option for attendees to join us from a remote location. To request information about how to attend through WebEx, please email us at: Health.Promotion.Research.Center@Dartmouth.Edu with the word WebEx in the subject line.

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Oct
19
11:00 AM11:00

HPRCD Obesity Research Think Tank

We host monthly obesity research think tanks as an opportunity for Dartmouth researchers and their collaborators to discuss current issues related to their grant applications. At these meetings we offer technical assistance and facilitate new connections. Researchers can bring a question, talk about a need, or bring the aims of their next grant. We focus on helping attendees think through what they need to move their work forward.

Meetings are located in Café B at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. See the map for directions: http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/documents/level_2.pdf

We also offer a WebEx option for attendees to join us from a remote location. To request information about how to attend through WebEx, please email us at: Health.Promotion.Research.Center@Dartmouth.Edu with the word WebEx in the subject line.

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Oct
5
11:00 AM11:00

HPRCD Tobacco Research Think Tank

We host monthly tobacco research think tanks as an opportunity for Dartmouth researchers and their collaborators to discuss current issues related to their grant applications. At these meetings we offer technical assistance and facilitate new connections. Researchers can bring a question, talk about a need, or bring the aims of their next grant. We focus on helping attendees think through what they need to move their work forward.

Meetings are located in Café B at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. See the map for directions: http://www.dartmouth-hitchcock.org/documents/level_2.pdf

We also offer a WebEx option for attendees to join us from a remote location. To request information about how to attend through WebEx, please email us at: Health.Promotion.Research.Center@Dartmouth.Edu with the word WebEx in the subject line.

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