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Influencing the Social Determinants of Health Throughout the Life Span

Date: Thursday, June 02 2022, 11:30 AM

Location: Virtual, Indiana

Community Foundation of Muncie & Delaware County – Delaware County Youth Worker Café

About this online event:

TOPIC: Social and health needs within our vulnerable communities have been at the forefront of many discussions related to COVID-19 and our community recovery. This session will explore systemic issues, social determinants of health, and social needs and the intersection with adverse community environments and adverse childhood experiences. Implicit bias and trauma impact on health will also be explored.

Learning Objectives:

• Participants have an understanding of what social determinants are and who has the power to shape them.

• Participants understand the connection between childhood development and the social determinants of health.

• Participants identify where they, as individuals or within their agency, can work to support local determinants.

• Learn how COVID has impacted the social determinants of health and economic well-being."


SPEAKER: Katharine Hill-Johnson, AS, BS, MAAdministrative Director, Community Health ImprovementFranciscan Health

COST: No Cost

IMPORTANT INFO: After you register, you will receive a confirmation and reminder emails containing the link to the training.




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