Training

Alabama Department of Public Health

Understanding the Role of Healthcare Providers in Treating Victims of Workplace Sexual Violence
On Demand Program
Broadcast Date: April 23, 2009
(2 hours)


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Handouts/Resources

Monica Ramirez Handouts (3 pages)

William R. Tamayo Handouts (10 pages)

A Best Practices Manual:
Intro (7 pages - 1.1MB)
Chapter 1 (8 pages)
Chapter 2 (8 pages)
Chapter 5 (10 pages)
Chapter 7 (10 pages)
Chapter 8 (10 pages)

Addressing Worksite Sexual Assault and Harassment of Indigenous Farmworkers (3 pages)

Bandana Project Brochure (2 pages - 1.8MB)

Health and Safety Status of Indigenous and Latino Farmworkers in Oregon (14 pages)

Major Indigenous Groups Map (1 page)

Occupational Conditions and Well-Being of Indigenous Farmworkers (4 pages)

Reaching Migrant Farm Workers (11 pages)

Promoting the Occupational Health of Indigenous Farmworks (12 pages)

Speaker Contact Info (1 page)

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Program Overview
Care planning is an essential part of home health. Learn why filling out a plan needs to be done properly and how not doing so directly affects a patient's health.

For more information, view the conference flyer.

Target Audience
Clinicians, nurses, educators, social workers, health educators, and other healthcare providers and administrators who are involved in the delivery of healthcare services for women. This program will also be of interest to law enforcement personnel, social service professionals and other practitioners who serve migrant populations.

Contact Hours
None for this program.

Contact for Technical Assistance
(334) 206-5618 or email ALPHTN

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