3412.0 Workforce Education Models

Monday, November 5, 2007: 4:30 PM
This workshop will discuss two approaches to providing distance learning training, i.e., the Community Teams Program and the Health Policy Program. Additionally, discussions will focus on an interactive computer-based laboratory safety training program for high school and college students. Further, the workshop will include a normative training model for physician or business executives in which ethics, values, and meaning are stressed.
Session Objectives: Participants should be able to: Describe two distinct approaches to distance education for the public health workforce. Describe how computer-based laboratory safety training can effectively deliver laboratory safety knowledge and skills in an interesting manner. Identify a stronger model for instituting ethics, values and meaning in medical academic settings, field research and health care administration and management.

4:55 PM
Implementing distance education in Wisconsin: The tale of two programs
Kirsten Gruebling, MPH, CHES, Peggy Ore, MS, RN, Marion Ceraso, MHS, MA, Peter Layde, MD, MSc, Patrick Remington, MD, MPH and Jeff A. Morzinski, PhD
5:20 PM
Safe techniques advance research science: An innovative method of delivering laboratory safety instruction to students
Kelly A. Scanlon, MPH, CIH, Kerstin E. Traum, Suzanne E. Krall, Deborah Wilson, DrPH and Karyn Johnstone, MPH

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Organized by: Health Administration
Endorsed by: Ethics

CE Credits: CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing

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