Prevention in Action – Resilience Matters to ME (HHS Region 1)

Date: February 28, 2024 Blank space (transparent) for table Format: Webinar Blank space (transparent) for table  

Time: 12:00 PM—1:00 PM EST

Blank space (transparent) for table Cost: FREE Blank space (transparent) for table  

ABOUT THE LEARNING SESSION

In this Prevention in Action webinar, the Healthy Oxford Hills team will discuss a recent project called Resilience Matters to Me, a community messaging project to reduce stigma and open conversations about mental health and trauma. The process of translating research findings into clinical practice to improve population health is slow and inefficient, particularly in rural communities. Knowledge often does not reach the people who can benefit from it the most. Using Boot Camp Translation (BCT), an evidence-based method of partnering with community members as co-investigators to translate complex health information into locally relevant, actionable messages, a community group in Western Maine developed messaging on the topic of adverse childhood experience (ACEs) and resilience.

 

PRESENTERS

 

  • Brenden Schauffler, Network Facilitator, Oxford County Wellness Collaborative
  • Emma DayBranch, MPH, Research Navigator, MaineHealth Center for Interdisciplinary Population & Health Research
  • Lisbeth Balligan, MPH, Research Program Director, MaineHealth Center for Interdisciplinary Population & Health Research

 

About the webinar: This webinar is planned and hosted by the New England Prevention Technology Transfer Center, a program funded through cooperative agreement from SAMHSA. The Prevention in Action webinar series is intended to spotlight evidence-based prevention initiatives and practices within the New England region. Participants will receive a certificate of participation for 1 contact hour. No partial credit will be awarded.

 

Starts: Feb. 28, 2024 12:00 pm
Ends: Feb. 28, 2024 1:00 pm
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Registration Deadline
February 27, 2024
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