Occupational and environmental health exposures cause thousands of illnesses and injuries each year. This lecture series addresses the evaluation, treatment, and prevention of disease and injuries related to environmental and occupational exposures encountered by physicians and their colleagues in local, regional, and international settings.
At this venue for interdisciplinary education and professional networking, join us as we explore:
- Current issues and emerging trends in occupational and environmental medicine
- Practical applications of new scientific discoveries
- Best practices in occupational and environmental medicine
* LIVE WEBINAR Broadcast *
May 10, 2018 - LIVE Broadcast from UW Medicine South Lake Union
Why Won't Patients Just Do As We Say? Motivational Interview Tools to Improve the Effectiveness of Your Occupational Health Practice
Jonnae Tillman, BS, MSN
Clinical Researcher in Motivational Interviewing, University of Washington, School of Social Work and School of Medicine; Adjunct Faculty, Seattle University, College of Nursing
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE LECTURE FLYER
Occupational and Environmental Medicine Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurses, Industrial Hygienists and other occupational health professionals involved in treating patients with multiple or complex medical conditions in occupational and environmental medicine.
6:40 p.m. Webinar live feed begins
6:45 p.m. Lecture
7:45 p.m. Q&A
8:00 p.m. Adjourn
* This event is also available for in-person participation *
Click here to join the May 10th lecture in-person in Seattle
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