National Health Education Week “Health Literacy: Gateway to Improving the Public’s Health” October 16-22, 2011
Each weekday, of National Health Education Week will highlight a different theme:
• Monday, October 17: Introduction to the National Action Plan to Improve Health Literacy
• Tuesday, October 18: Schools: Integrating Health Literacy into Curriculum
• Wednesday, October 19: Healthcare System: Practice Changes to Improve Health Literacy
• Thursday, October 20: Seniors: Health Literacy and Healthy Aging
• Friday, October 21: Public Health: A Population-Based Approach to Health Literacy
If you would like additional information in regards to National Health Education Week, please contact Jacque Mosco in the Health Sciences Education Department at email@example.com
GET READY DAY: DISASTER AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS is September 20, 2011
In celebration of the American Public Health Associations' 5th Annual Get Ready Day the Department of Health Sciences Education will be hosting Disaster and Emergency Preparedness Information Booths on the Western University of Health Sciences Campus, HSC-Health Sciences Center Esplanade on Tuesday, September 20, 2011 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. There will be free giveaway’s, a raffle for a chance to win an Emergency Kit and lifesaving information. Please go to www.ready.gov for additional details on disaster preparedness. If you would like additional information in regards to this event or would like to participate please contact Tiffany Witherspoon at 909-469-5545 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
I Have My Degree, Now What?
by Christa Barton, Argosy University, August 1, 2007, Volume 1, Issue 5
Have you been worried that you will have a hard time finding work in your chosen field that will have a salary and benefits that will provide you what you need? There are several ways to find employment, such as searching the want ads in the local newspaper, searching online job sites, asking friends or family, or going to potential job sites. Some search strategies will be more effective than others and all should be explored in order to facilitate the best options possible employment. Some practical Web sites that you may be able to use in your quest for the perfect job.
And don't forget to check our Job Postings page in the Alumni Career Center.