This course, developed by the Southeast PTTC, provides an overview of how policy change can be an effective strategy for prevention professionals to address community-level problems with alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. The goal of the course is to dispel some of the concerns around policy and help community coalitions and partners see that it is feasible, do-able and most importantly, impactful.
Developed by the Southeast Prevention Technology Transfer Center at Wake Forest School of Medicine.
We are currently living in unprecedented and difficult times. Prevention specialists, in addition to experiencing the current global pandemic, also listen to painful and distressing experiences which can lead to compassion fatigue and burnout. This presentation will help us to learn more about possible signs of burnout, how to implement self-care practices to your daily life, and receive available resources to combat the effects of work-related stress.
Developed by the Mountain Plains Prevention Technology Transfer Center.
Cannabis laws and policies are rapidly changing in states. Various decriminalization, medical marijuana, and adult-use marijuana policies are being debated and moving through state legislatures and ballot boxes. Amid all of this change, where does prevention fit in? This course shows participants how these policies can evolve, the implications for public health and safety, and how and where prevention fits in. Participants will learn from a presenter with hands-on experience both in prevention and shaping marijuana policies. Additionally, participants will learn about the marijuana prevention training and technical assistance services from the New England PTTC.
Developed by the New England Prevention Technology Transfer Center.
In this 1-hour webinar, Carlos Morales will discuss Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the importance of providing accessible educational materials to the prevention work force. By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to: Define Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; Identify audiences impacted by Section 508; Define accessibility of information; and, Identify ways to increase Section 508 compliance within own work.
Developed by the Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC) Network's Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Practices Workgroup which is working on efforts to decrease health disparities across the country.
Dr. Karen Simone, Director of the Northern New England Poison Center, will provide an overview of factual information about today’s marijuana products. They are stronger, often times contain no or less CBD in relationship to THC, and are vastly available in edible and other forms. Information is plentiful, while facts are difficult to extract with confidence. People using marijuana are confused regarding the safety of driving. CBD is promoted as a cure for everything and anything. Learn what is known and unknown.
This webinar was presented on September 19, 2019 by the New England Prevention Technology Transfer Center (PTTC).
In this one-hour self-paced course, participants will:
- Review milestones in this history of prevention certification in Maine
- Review background that led to the development of the SAPST course
- Understand the structure and content of a University course focusing on the SAPST
- Learn about example content of the SAPST course, and
- Examine implementation and logistical methods and challenges of the SAPST course