TML News and Notes: Webcasts
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Noon - 1:00 pm
Hunton Student Center - TML Learning Center, Room 209
In this video, an overview the brain and mind will be given, especially examining: the neurobiological processes of stress and anxiety and their effect on behavior; the social brain; mirror neurons and interpersonal neurobiology. Behaviors such as ADHD, Alexithymia, Compulsive Disorders and Learning Difficulties will be discussed, borrowing from the teachers of Daniel Siegel (IPNB); Lou Cozolino; Ernest Rossi; and Matthew Leiberman, amongst others. The information is presented in simple, understandable language that provides a foundation for those who wish to include an understanding of the brain and mind into their practice.
Tuesday, June 7
1:30 - 4:00 PM
17th Annual Summer Public Health Research Institute and Videoconference on Minority Health: Health Equity: Progress and Pitfalls
Distance Education Room, 2-010
Thursday, June 9
12:00 - 1:00 PM
Library Instruction Classroom, 2-012
Thursday, May 12, 2011
1:00 - 2:30 PM
Copyright and Faculty Rights Web Conference
Distance Education Room, 2-010
Tompkins-McCaw Library will be hosting the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Minority Health Project's videoconference entitled "What Will Health Care Reform Mean for Minority Health Disparities?" on Tuesday, June 8 from 1:30 to 4 pm in room 2-010.
Ralph Forquera (Director, Seattle Indian Health Board), Mayra Alvarez (Legislative Assistant for Health for U.S. Senator Richard Durbin), and Tony Whitehead (PhD Professor of Medical Anthropology, University of Maryland) are the featured speakers. Howard N. Lee (Executive Director, North Carolina Education Cabinet) will moderate.
For more information and to register, visit http://www.pubinfo.vcu.edu/training/course_detail.asp?ID=7826
Tompkins-McCaw Library will be hosting a satellite broadcast of Dr. Robert Fullilove's keynote lecture of the 31st annual Minority Health Conference at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill on Friday, February 26 from 2 to 3:30 pm in room 2-010. In this lecture, Dr. Fullilove will explore the opportunities available through a return to the roots of old-fashioned community organizing. Through community organizing, we can construct interventions out of those efforts to develop solid, cohesive groups who can work effectively to deal with community issues. Organizing for collective efficacy should be a watchword for our efforts to eliminate health disparities.
For more information and to register, visit http://www.pubinfo.vcu.edu/training/course_detail.asp?ID=7687
Tompkins-McCaw Library will be hosting the Medical Library Association webcast, "Cut the Cord: Connecting to Our Mobile Users," on Wednesday, November 18th in the Distance Education Room, 2-010. The goal of this webcast is to familiarize information professionals with current and emerging mobile technologies, innovative initiatives using mobile devices, useful mobile software applications, and funding options for projects using mobile devices.
The webcast will run from 2:00 to 4:00 with an optional wrap around discussion taking place from 4:00 to 5:00.
To register, visit http://www.pubinfo.vcu.edu/training/course_detail.asp?ID=7173.
For more information, visit the official website: http://www.mlanet.org/education/distance_ed./mobile/index.html.
Tompkins-McCaw Library is hosting the Medical Library Association (MLA) Webcast, "Survival Tips and Stories: Expanding the Library's Services in Times of Disaster" on Wednesday, November 12, 2008 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Distance Education Classroom, Room 2-010. The goal of this program is to provide a basic understanding of disaster planning and service continuity, assess the effect of disaster on health sciences library services, and provide a basic template for disaster planning. Continuing education credit available. Advanced registration is required to receive CE credit. This event is open to the public. Registration is available online. For more information, please contact Shannon Jones, (804) 828-0626.
This 14th Annual Summer Public Health Research Videoconference on Minority Health, presented by the UNC SPH Minority Health Project, UNC Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, and NC A & T State University Institute for Public Health will present an up-to date conceptual framework for understanding the effects of racism on health. The videoconference features a panel with leading scholars in the field: Drs. Claudia Baquet, Spero Manson, Abel Valenzuela, and Frank Wong.
Date: Tuesday June 3, 2008
Time: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: Tompkins-McCaw Library - Distance Education Classroom - Rm 2-010
VCU Libraries will host the Public Health Grand Rounds Standards, Accreditation and Improvement- Raising the Bar of Public Health Performance on Thursday, May 29 from 2:00 - 3:00 pm at the Tompkins-McCaw Library in Room 2-010. This program will provide information about national and state efforts in accreditation and improvement as well as provide some on-the-ground insight into what it really means for a local health department. A panel of experts will discuss the specifics of the North Carolina case and how the processes, tools and resources from the experience, and other states, can be applied across the nation to improve health for all. Open to the public. Seating is limited, advance registration is recommended. Open to the public. Register now at http://www.publichealthgrandrounds.unc.edu/partreg/index.htm
For more information, contact Shannon Jones at 828-0626.
This webcast features the keynote lecture of the 29th Annual UNC School of Public Health Minority Health Conference on "The Impact of Poverty, Culture, and Environment on Minority Health". This program will include a live call-in question-and-answer session with Dr.Krieger, moderated by Adaora Adimora, MD, MPH. This event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited; advance registration encouraged. Print the Flyer
Date: Friday February 29, 2008
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Location: Tompkins-McCaw Library, Room 2-010
Register Online at http://www.pubinfo.vcu.edu/training/course_detail.asp?ID=5609
For more information, contact Shannon Jones at 828-0626
This program is sponsored by the VCU Libraries and the VCU Center on Health Disparities.
VCU Libraries will host the Public Health Grand Rounds, Cutting-Edge Legal Preparedness for Chronic Disease Prevention, on Thursday, November 29th from 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm at the Tompkins-McCaw Library. This broadcast will explore how public health law is used to significantly impact the health of citizens of New York City and elsewhere. Seating for this event is limited, so advanced registration is recommended. Open to the public. Register Now at http://www.publichealthgrandrounds.unc.edu/partreg/index.htm
For more information contact Shannon Jones at 828-0626
VCU Libraries will host the Public Health Grand Rounds: "Public Health is Global Health: An Innovative Approach to Fighting Disease in Uganda" on Thursday, September 27, 2007 at the Tompkins-McCaw Library, from 2:00 - 3:00 pm, in Room 2-010. This broadcast of Public Health Grand Rounds explores the basic care package and how the research behind the intervention led to substantial program and policy changes throughout Uganda. For more information and to register, visit http://www.library.vcu.edu/events/detail.html?ID=40409
VCU Libraries will host the Public Health Grand Rounds: "Coordinated Approach to Child Health: From Research to Practice" on Friday, June 15 at the Tompkins-McCaw Library, from 2:00 - 3:00 pm, in Room 2-010. This broadcast focuses on Healthy People and the importance of establishing healthy behaviors during childhood instead of attempting to change unhealthy behaviors during adulthood. Major research initiatives and school and community based interventions to prevent and reduce unhealthy behaviors that cause and exacerbate chronic diseases will be discussed. Registration is available Online For more information, contact Shannon Jones at email@example.com or 804-828-0626
VCU Libraries will host the Public Health Grand Rounds: " Healthy Places Leading to Health People: Community Engagement Improves Health for All" on Friday, May 11th at the Tompkins McCaw Library, from 2:00 - 3:00 pm, in Room 2-010. CDC's Healthy Places goals examine a broad spectrum of health issues associated with communities, homes, schools, workplaces, healthcare facilities, institutions, and transportation/recreational facilities. This approach seeks to address the potential human health impacts of physical space and environmental exposure. The May 11th Public Health Grand Rounds program will focus on Healthy Communities, the broadest CDC Healthy Places goal area. Healthy communities are places where public health systems, social infrastructure and policies support health and essential public health services (including quality health care) that are readily available to all. Registration is available online. For more information contact Shannon Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or 804 828-0626.
The goal of this teleconference is to enhance knowledge and encourage participation of information professionals in helping secure a firm position for libraries in their organizations through assessment and promotion. This event is free and open to the public.
Date: Wednesday March 7, 2007
Time: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: Tompkins-McCaw Library - 2-010 MCV Campus
Register Now: http://www.library.vcu.edu/events/detail.html?ID=39197
For more information, contact Shannon D Jones at (804) 828-0626.
This webcast will offer participants the opportunity to learn more about new and emerging technologies and to encourage the use of these technologies in information management. Seating is limited and advanced registration is required. CE credit available. Register Now
For more information, please contact Thelma Mack at 828-0017.
The impact of pandemic influenza will be felt in every community by every citizen. Hospitals will be overwhelmed and pharmaceutical interventions will be in short supply. Critical infrastructure such as transportation, commerce, utilities, and public safety will be disrupted. With simultaneous outbreaks occurring over large geographic regions, communities will have to rely on local resources and coordinate their preparedness activities across all sectors. Networks and relationships have to be established to communicate and manage the risks, now and during the pandemic.This program will examine the case of California’s Santa Clara County, where the community is preparing for a pandemic that will challenge their public health system and affect every aspect of their daily life. This program will seek to increase awareness of the local, state, and federal response to pandemic influenza and steps communities should take to prepare. Seating is limited and advanced registration is required.
Location: Tompkins McCaw Library, Room 2- 010
Date: Friday, September 29, 2006
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm
Register Now at: http://publichealthgrandrounds.unc.edu/webreg/ParticInput.cfm?SiteID=52294
For more information about this webcast, visit the Public Health Grand Rounds web site.