Agricultural Medicine: Occupational & Environmental Health for Rural Health Professionals
Agricultural Medicine: Occupational and Environmental Health for Rural Health ProfessionalsProvides basic information and skills to enable rural health care professionals and health and safety educators to learn the fundamentals and practical aspects of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of occupational illnesses and injuries in the farm community.
Successful completion of this course allows health care participants to join AgriSafe® as a Provider Member. AgriSafe® Provider benefits include clinical resources, technical assistance, continuing education, and use of the trademarked name AgriSafe® in promoting agricultural health services. AgriSafe membership is also available to individuals and organizations.
Early Bird Registration until January 24th:
Session 1: January 30-31, 2014 (face-to-face) Location: City Hotel & Bistro, Greenville, NC
Sessions 2-7: February - March, 2014 (distance learning)
Session 8: March 27-28, 2014 (face-to-face) Location: East Carolina Heart Institute, Greenville, NC
$350 early bird fee (includes all 1-7 sessions)
$350 early bird fee (includes session 8)
All 8 sessions early bird fee = $700.00
Registration fees include course materials, breakfast and lunch at face-to-face sessions.
Is appropriate for nurses, nurse practitioners, farm worker health outreach staff, physicians, physician assistants, allied health professionals, veterinarians, emergency medical technicians, health educators, Cooperative Extension agents, occupational safety professionals and others interested in agricultural safety and health.
Training is provided jointly by faculty of Iowa's Center for Agricultural Safety and Health (I-CASH), the North Carolina Agromedicine Institute, and other skilled agricultural health and safety professionals from across NC and beyond.
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