03 Apr Public Health Week virtual events planned
The NDSU Public Health Student Association is planning two virtual events during Public Health Week. They are:
American Indian Public Health Day
Monday, April 6, 10:30 a.m.
“The Role of Trauma Impacts on Attachment and Brain Development and Appropriate Strategies for Working with Traumatized Children,” presented by Dr. Tami DeCoteau, licensed clinical psychologist at DeCoteau Trauma-Informed Care and Practice
Join the virtual event at https://join.nd.gov/1680197 (Chrome web browser works best) or phone 701-328-7950 (collaboration code: 483716#)
Global Public Health Day
Thursday, April 9, 12:30 p.m.
“Global Responses to COVID-19”
The discussion includes Master of Public Heath students Sargam Ghimire (Nepal); Agnes Mason (Poland); Nk Nwankwo, David Adeyeye and Bosola Shyllon (Nigeria)
Join in the Zoom meeting at https://ndsu.zoom.us/j/764276238. The meeting ID is 764 276 238.
For more event details, visit the NDSU public health Facebook page.
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