2017 Minority Health Conference: "What You Don't Know Can Kill"

September 21, 2017 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm America/Indiana/Indianapolis Timezone
Ivy Tech Community College
Culinary and Conference Center
2820 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis
Office of Minority Health

2017 Minority Health Conference “What You Don’t Know Can Kill” will cover Innovations in Indiana Minority Health in four key topic areas – obesity, infant mortality, opioid abuse and mental health. Engaging Key Topic Speakers, Breakout Sessions including Community Case Studies and hands-on application, and so much more!
Additionally, for the first time this year CEHs are provided through the National Association of Social Work- Indiana Chapter.
Featured Speakers Include:
Johnnie “Chip” Allen, Ohio Department of Health, Director of Equity- representing NASOM
Dr. Rohr-Kirchgraber , Impacts of Chronic Obesity
Albertine Allen, Community Case Study: Obesity & the Youth of Our Country
Karl Nichols, Safety PIN Program Updates
Margaret Frericks, Preventing Prenatal Exposure to Harmful Substance
Marvetta Grimes, Seeds of Hope and the Opioid Epidemic
Kurtis O’Brien (Community) & Tony Toomer (FSSA), State Opioid Crisis 101
Byron Reynolds, Narcan/Naloxone Course
Jennifer Pope Baker The Campaign to Change Direction
Carol Simpson DMHA, Homelessness and serious mental illness in adults
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact the Office of Minority Health through email at inomh@isdh.in.gov or phone at 317.232.3231.
What’s the refund policy?
Unfortunately, there is no refund offered.
Why is there a cost this year?
2017 is the first year offering CEHs. The benefit of offering CEHs results in a cost to attendees.
Are there scholarships available? There are a limited number of scholarships available to support non-profit organization participation. Please contact the Office of Minority Health.
Student Ticket and Lunch – $5

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