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Sign-Waving Rally for Safe Driving & Violence Awareness

Lihue Airport Intersection Intersection of: Kapule Hwy/Kauai Veterans Memorial Hwy/Ahukini Rd, Lihue

Join us for an impactful Sign-Waving Rally dedicated to raising awareness and educating the community on the critical issues of Drinking & Driving, Domestic Violence, and Underage Drinking Prevention! Date: Saturday, March 2, 2024 Time: 12-1 PM Duration: 1 hour Location: Across from Lihue Airport Let your voice be seen! Bring your own sign to…

Free

EndMeth Summit

YWCA Laniākea 1040 Richards St,, Honolulu,, HI, United States

A live one-day conference on The Hawaii Methamphetamine Epidemic The Problem, Data, Solutions, and a Call to Action to EndMeth Event Details: Date & Time: Tuesday, March 5, 2024, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM Location: YWCA Laniākea, 1040 Richards St, Honolulu, HI 96813 Validated parking at Alii Place Parking Garage, 1099 Alakea St. Neighbor island…

Kūpuna Support Navigator Training: Brain Health, Early Detection, and Screening of Dementia

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Join us for an enlightening and informative event, the Kūpuna Support Navigator Training: Brain Health, Early Detection, and Screening of Dementia. This training session, led by the esteemed Dr. Ritabelle Fernandes MD, MPH, from the John A. Burns School of Medicine at the University of Hawaiʻi, Kalihi-Pālama Health Center, and Islands Hospice, promises valuable insights…

Free

Legislative Advocacy 2024 – Mid-Session Update

Join the Legislative Advocacy in 2024: Mid-Session Update by Pacific Law Institute Detail: Date: Friday, March 8, 2024 Time: 9:00 am – 10:30 am Register link here. Program Highlights: Maui Fire: Multiple Efforts for Recovery Housing: Building Homes for Our People Homelessness: Managing the Ongoing Crisis Climate Change: What Are We Doing About It Crime…

Puna Food Summit

Connect with government officials and community leaders involved in eruption recovery and resilience projects in Puna. The highlight is The Puna Food Summit, focusing on food sustainability and security.Join interactive discussions with County, State, and Federal leaders updating on recovery efforts and insights into Puna's challenges. Don't miss updates on the Pohoiki Boat Ramp restoration…

Kūpuna Support Navigator Training: Supporting Families Through the Dementia Journey

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Embark on a journey of understanding and support at our Kūpuna Support Navigator Training: Supporting Families through the Dementia Journey. Join us for an insightful session led by Dr. Ritabelle Fernandes MD, MPH, a distinguished professional from the John A. Burns School of Medicine at the University of Hawaiʻi, Kalihi-Pālama Health Center, and Islands Hospice.…

Free

Collaboration: Innovative Techniques

Join the Western Region Public Health Training Center's Public Health & Primary Care Leadership Institute! January 26 - April 26, 2024: select Fridays (varying, between 1pm - 6pm MST) Apply to explore a range of critical topics that enhance your leadership and communication skills, facilitate better cross-sector collaboration, and develop more equitable and effective approaches…

Rapid Qualitative Analysis (RQA) in Health Equity Research

Please join us for an in-person workshop on rapid qualitative analysis (RQA) in health equity research. Discover the optimal scenarios for applying RQA (Risk Qualification and Assessment) and master the essential steps involved in its implementation. Engage in a dynamic learning experience that includes hands-on activities and valuable tips for success. Join our co-facilitators: Dr.…

Kūpuna Support Navigator Training: LGB&T Cultural Humility – Knowing Our Place

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LGB&T Cultural Humility training is designed to increase knowledge and skills to effectively interact with LGB&T people, as well as support and provide affirming care and support. This training integrates the unique viewpoints of local and Hawaiian culture as related to māhū. Utilizing the unique viewpoints of our Hawaiian and local cultures, we aim to…

Strategic Communication and Collaboration

Join the Western Region Public Health Training Center's Public Health & Primary Care Leadership Institute! January 26 - April 26, 2024: select Fridays (varying, between 1pm - 6pm MST) Apply to explore a range of critical topics that enhance your leadership and communication skills, facilitate better cross-sector collaboration, and develop more equitable and effective approaches…

Managing Complex Emotions in a Complex World: Utilizing Self-Care to Address Anxiety and Stress

Managing Complex Emotions in a Complex World discusses the negative effects of stress and anxiety, identifies healthy ways to keep balance, reviews warning signs, and outlines community resources. Learning Objectives: Describe the negative impact of COVID-19 on mental health. Discuss the physiological and psychological effects of stress and anxiety. Identify self-care and coping skills to…

Hawai‘i Island Perspectives Trip: Traditional Cultivation and use of ‘Awa (Kava)

Join us for our next Perspectives on Community Health Trip (Hawai‘i Island) on Tuesday, April 9, 2024, from 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM, for an in-depth look at the traditional cultivation and use of ‘Awa, a plant grown in the Melanesian and Polynesian islands. We will start the day at Pū‘iwa Hawaiian Farms, which has…

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