11/17

2021

Center for Excellence in Collaborative Education

CECE Event– Change Agents: Fostering Health Equity and Social Justice

Both Campuses

Panelists will reflect on the events of 2020 and 2021 using a socioecological/systems approach and discuss strategies for health providers to become change agents in their respective professions from policy, organizational and individual perspectives.
This event will also serve as a continued conversation to the August 6, 2020 CECE event: Social Determinants of Health – If you missed the presentation, you may view it here: https://bit.ly/SocialDeterminantsOfHealth

This year's panel includes experts Rupal Patel, Melissa Hoffman, Lisa Van Hoose, Brianna Dawkins.

This event will be facilitated by UNE Physical Therapy Program Director and Associate Professor Jennifer G. Audette, PT, Ph.D.
Faculty profile: https://www.une.edu/people/jennifer-g-audette

CECE events are designed to give you as much opportunity as possible to learn about, from, and with each other, while maximizing responsiveness to changing conditions caused by COVID-19. Please check back often for latest information about viewing opportunities below:

UNE students, staff, faculty only:
ZOOM: https://une.zoom.us/s/94763383455

Community members/public*:
Facebook Live: facebook.com/UNECollaborative (Interactive opportunity)
Livestream: une.edu/live (Viewing only)

Participation can be applied toward students’ IP Honors Distinction.

Competencies: Communication, Teamwork, Social Determinants of Health

Collaborative Partners: UNE Physical Therapy Program

*Community partners – Are you looking for Continuing Education Credits?
To receive a certificate of attendance, please pre-register:
https://bit.ly/UNECECE_Certificate
Your confirmed attendance will merit a certificate of attendance/CEU.

 

Contact

Michelle Cote
UNE Center for Excellence in Collaborative Education

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