Training

Alabama Department of Public Health

Leadership and Advocacy: Trends and Challenges in Maternal and Child Health
On Demand Program
Broadcast Date:  March 23, 2011
(1 hour, 30 minutes)


YOU MUST COMPLETE THE REGISTRATION PROCESS IN ORDER TO ACCESS THE TRAINING ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM AND FOR THIS COURSE TO APPEAR ON YOUR OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT.

All ADPH employees have a username and password. To retrieve this information, click the link on the login screen for ADPH employees.
Non-ADPH employees logging in for the first time need to create an account. Use the link below for further instructions.
Detailed Instructions: How to Log In to LCMS and Complete Course Registration
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If you have any questions or need assistance, call (334) 206-5618.


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Each person that participates in this conference must complete the registration process.

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Handouts/Resources

Handouts (6 pages)
Celebrating the Legacy (44 pages) (6 MB)

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Post-conference Materials

Sign-in Sheet (1 page)
Evaluation (1 page)
Social Worker Exam (1 page)
Online Evaluation

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Program Overview
Program faculty will discuss national trends, national leadership, current challenges and opportunities, and future directions in maternal and child health.

For more information, view the conference flyer.

Target Audience
Nurses, social workers, pediatricians, OB/GYNs, MCH administrators and associate staff, public health students, and other healthcare professionals providing care to women and children.

Contact Hours
None for this program. 

Contact for Technical Assistance
Call 334-206-5618 or email ALPHTN.

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