A Practitioner’s Perspective to Community Public and Mental Health: A Peer to Peer Approach

This talk’s presentation is to finding innovative solutions and action steps to global and public health and mental health issues effecting vulnerable girls. An integrated, multidisciplinary and community base approach with an in-depth emphasis on the psychology of public health and preventive healthcare. Participants come away able to integrate learning outcomes into a cross-the-board overview of community based public health issues. To maximize usefulness a focus on culturally relevant evidence-based approach to public health has 4 components: identify the problem, identify risk factors or if possible, contributory causes, consider evidence-based recommendations for potential interventions to control or eliminate the problem, and develop a strategy for application of one or more public health and public mental health interventions into practice and with a monitoring and evaluation of outcomes. 

 
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Part One: Interactive discussion with audience

This talk’s presentation is to finding innovative solutions and action steps to global and public health and mental health issues effecting vulnerable girls. An integrated, multidisciplinary and community base approach with an in-depth emphasis on the psychology of public health and preventive healthcare. Participants come away able to integrate learning outcomes into a cross-the-board overview of community based public health issues. To maximize usefulness a focus on culturally relevant evidence-based approach to public health has 4 components: identify the problem, identify risk factors or if possible, contributory causes, consider evidence-based recommendations for potential interventions to control or eliminate the problem, and develop a strategy for application of one or more public health and public mental health interventions into practice and with a monitoring and evaluation of outcomes. 

Part Two: Panel discussion

Topics for discussion include; mindfulness, social, medical, ethical, critical reasoning, emotional intelligence, and social well-being. Additionally, economic factors that affect community public health, experiential pedagogy, and adaptability to the girls needs includes an overview of epidemiology of Public Health.

Learning Outcome

  1. Synthesize multidisciplinary, multicultural, integrative public health and public mental health policy to prepare a cognitive community health care approach.
  2. Understand and implement an evidence-based community approach to related social public health I and mental health issues.
  3. Efficacy of collaborative ethical community problem solving in implementation of health care reform.
  4. Advance field of global social equity and public health policy in the United Nations.
  5. Implement ethical health care policy. 

Target Audience

Educators, clergy, parents, legislators, policy, advocates, clinicians etc

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