4243.1: Tuesday, November 14, 2000: 4:30 PM-6:00 PM

It's About Access to Learning: Continuing Education and Learning on the Web

As money at the state and local health jurisdictions dries up due to tax reductions and budget constraints, it's getting harder and harder for public health practitioners to meet the need for professional development training. The money for travel has often just dried up. This sessions covers a means for the "high and dry" student to learn online using the Internet
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Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
Facilitator(s):Laura C. Larsson, MLS
4:30 PMIntroductory Remarks
4:35 PMGirl PACK [Power, Assertiveness, Confidence, and Knowledge]
Rachel Tsu, MPH(6, 00), Becky Nehrig, ND(6, 00)
4:55 PMCyberseminar: An audiovisual, interactive web-based approach to continuing education for nutrition practitioners
Nancy L. Cohen, PhD, RD, Mary Jane Laus, MS, David Hart, MS, W. Richards Adrion, PhD, Cindy Stein, MS, Wendy Cooper, BS, Morton Sternheim, PhD
5:15 PMPublic health nursing education: Using international clinical sites for the baccalaureate nursing student
Charlotte A. Patton, MSN, RN, Jerry Myhan, MSN, RNP
5:35 PMInternet Resources for Learning Related to the Ten Essential Services
Virginia M. Dato, MDMPH, Margaret A Potter, JD
5:55 PMDiscussion
Sponsor:APHA-Technology Center
Cosponsors:Food and Nutrition; Health Administration; Public Health Nursing

The 128th Annual Meeting of APHA