Raising Awareness of the Uninsured Teleworkshop
Posted by on February 7, 2003
Volunteers in Health Care is excited to launch a new series of teleworkshops designed to help programs that provide care to the uninsured build better systems of care–without leaving the office!
Their first teleworkshop, Raising Awareness of the Uninsured, will give participants easy to implement strategies for raising awareness during the Covering the Uninsured Week (March 10-16) as well as strategies that can be used throughout the year. It is designed for clinicians, program administrators, and coalition members who want to broaden their community’s understanding of the uninsured. Stuart Schear, MA, Senior Communications Officer at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, will lead the workshop with a brief presentation and then answer questions from participants. For more information about Stuart Schear, please see his biography at http://www.rwjf.org/about/bios/2028.jhtml.
The teleworkshop will be held at 2:30 Eastern Time on Wednesday, February 26th. Space is limited to the first 25 organizations that register. To register, please go to the request and feedback form at http://www.volunteersinhealthcare.org. Please be sure to type “Register me for teleworkshop #1” in the comments field. Please also include any questions you may have that you would like addressed in this workshop. You will receive a confirmation email from Volunteers in Health Care along with detailed information on the toll-free number and password needed for the call.
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