The Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center announces its upcoming training opportunities for Winter 2018:
- Social Justice Youth Development online course - During this seven week course, participants will be expected to analyze how power, privilege, and oppression operate in their own lives, and asked to engage in conversations regarding how they can disrupt systems of power that oppress young people (online, January - February 2018)
- Evidence-Based Public Health online course - A unique, online training series, which covers core concepts like: defining public health issues, conducting community assessments, prioritizing options, and evaluating program and policy impacts (online, January - March 2018)
- Health Equity: LGBTQ online course - this introductory online course examines personal bias; explores terminology related to sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression; and describes the health disparities experienced by LGBTQ individuals (online, January - February 2018)
- After Cancer Treatment: Connection & Resources for Post-Treatment Changes in Care ECHO - Individuals from community agencies and non-profit organizations come together to understand and identify core strategies for supporting the needs of cancer survivors (online, February 2018)
- Coordinating Behavioral Health Care After Cancer Treatment ECHO - Care coordinators within the state of Colorado will work to define cancer survivorship, discuss best practices, support emotional and social changes, and bridge the need gap for patients after treatment (online, January 2018)
On Demand Trainings
- Leading Improvement Projects - In this online training, we'll review from start to finish what to expect in a quality improvement (QI) project. This training is for people facilitating QI projects within their agency who are looking for tools, templates and experience.