Webinars

Every month we offer 2-3 webinars focused on a topic or issue that is relevant, current, and rooted in the most pressing health-related issues faced by communities in Philadelphia. Our webinars are free for all to attend.  If you are a professional seeking CEU’s, there will be a small fee of $25 to receive the educational credits. Please review our Continuing Education Units (CEU) page for more information.  If CEU’s are not needed, you can still attend the webinar.

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Upcoming Webinars

  • The Effects of Mass Incarceration on Communities of Color

    February 22, 2019
    Time: 12:00 PM
    CEUs offered: 2 entry level CHES credits This webinar will discuss the various consequences of health-related issues, as it pertains to incarceration and the impact it has on the individual, family, community levels; and how communities of color disproportionately bear these issues. Register Now CEU Payment
  • Dear Black Body

    March 15, 2019
    Time: 12:00 PM

    Dear Black Body

    CEUs offered: 2 entry level CHES credits
    CEUs pending approval: LSW/LCSW

    “Dear Black Body” is a workshop that will explore and generate discussion about the impact of institutional and systemic oppression on the black body. In addition, this workshop will explore how constructing new frameworks can be utilized in public health to push us toward liberation & healing of the black body.”

    Register Now CEU Payment

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