Join public health professionals from across the state at the 1st Annual Northern Illinois Rural Public Health Institute. The 1st Annual Northern Illinois Rural Public Health Institute will provide half and full day trainings on current, timely topics in the area of Rural Public Health. The Institute is designed to provide an opportunity for professional growth, educational enrichment and networking to those professionals who work in the fields of: rural public health, health care, surveillance, epidemiology, mental health, chronic disease, agriculture and education. At the conclusion of this institute, participants will be able to understand and analyze trends and developments in the field of rural public health through lectures, exercises, discussions and professional networking.
Key highlighted sessions include: Veteran’s Mental Health, Using Evidence Based Approaches to Public Health – CDC’s Community Guide, Hands-On SIREN Health Alert Network Training, Social Media Mechanics and many more!
July 17-19, 2012
Holiday Inn – Rock Island, IL
Registration: Northern Illinois Rural Public Health Institute Registration
(Registration open until July 9, 2012)
MidAmerica Public Health Training Center at the MidAmerica Center for Public Health Practice at University of Illinois at Chicago, School of Public Health