Patient-Centered Care: Delivering Culturally Appropriate Healthcare to LGBTQ Populations Across the Lifespan (Teens and Adults)

Join us as we partner with sibling network, SelfMade Health Network (SMHN)for this month’s webinar presentation. SMHN is CDC’s Low SES Populations Disparity Network.

 

Patient-Centered Care: Delivering Culturally Appropriate Healthcare to LGBTQ Populations Across the Lifespan (Teens and Adults)

 

Thursday, September 26, 2019

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM (EDT)

Providing early support to LGBTQ adolescents and young adults is critical in order to prevent the emergence of health disparities associated with tobacco-related cancers and other chronic diseases later in life. The primary purpose of this webcast is to increase awareness, knowledge and skills to further assist physicians, and mid-level practitioners such as: nurse practitioners, and physician assistants nationwide (including metropolitan and rural areas) with implementing practical strategies and tailored healthcare interventions to LGBTQ adolescent and adult patients (including those that use tobacco products).

Register here.

Runnin’ for Research

Runnin’ for Research

09/28/2019

Event Location: Cheat Lake Park Morgans Run Road Morgantown

The Runnin’ for Research 5K run and one-mile walk are set for Saturday, Sept. 28, at Cheat Lake Park, Morgans Run Road, Morgantown.

Organized by David Watson, MD, chair of the WVU Department of Neurology, the event supports headache and migraine research, and advocacy efforts. WVU Medicine is a sponsor of the event.

Continuing this year is the “Virtual Runner” for anyone who wants to take part, support our event, but can’t actually be on site.  You can choose to run a 5K or walk a mile while the event occurs, or rest at home knowing you are supporting a great cause.

The cost to participate is $25 for the 5K or 1-mile walk, $20 to be a “Virtual Runner.” All participants, except “Virtual Runners” will receive a T-shirt. For more information, including online registration, visit the race website.

INFORMED CARE PEER SUPPORT GROUP

INFORMED CARE PEER SUPPORT GROUP

SEPTEMBER 16, 2019

7PM-8PM

MEETS WEEKLY ON MONDAY’S

(No class on Sept 22 and Oct 20)

NON GENDER SPECIFIC

GROUP LED BY: BUDDY DUNKLEY, MA, LPC, ALPS, CCTP

CERTIFIED CLNICAL TRAUMA PROFESSIONAL

**LEARN ABOUT THE EFFECTS OF TRAUMA ON THE SELF

**LEARN ABOUT THE TREATMENT FOR TRAUMA

**FIND SUPPORT AMON PEERS, WHO ARE IN DIFFERENT

STAGES OF HEALING FROM TRAUMA

COURAGEOUS JOURNEY, PLLC

1664 WINCHESTER AVE, STE B

MARTINSBURG, WV 25405

(304) 901-4347

MONICA@COURAGEOUSJOURNEY.BIZ

PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL TO SIGN UP

LIGHT REFRESHMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED