OCT 19

Public Libraries and Public Health: Partners for Community Health

Join this webinar for an introduction to public health, and hear how public health practitioners and library staff are partnering for success.

Libraries are community hubs, including for health information and programming. As community health needs shift and grow, libraries are looking to support topics like consumer health literacy, healthy aging, mental health, food and nutrition, access to healthcare via telehealth, physical activity, and overcoming technological barriers to accessing health information. At the same time, the public health sector is learning that libraries are valuable partners in advancing local health priorities. Join this webinar for an introduction to public health, and hear how public health practitioners and library staff are partnering for success. Learn how to build library staff confidence in providing health information, assess community health needs, and build community partnerships that magnify the role public libraries play as key contributors to community health.

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Date

19 October 2021

Time

2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4]



Webinar presenter Megan Weis

Webinar presenter QuinTasha Knox

Webinar presenter Dianne Connery

Webinar presenter Carol Perryman