Please share and join us for our telehealth Tuesday sessions that take place every Tuesday at 10:40 a.m. to receive empowering health information! The Spring 2021 semester is filled with lots of relatable and informative topics for our entire campus and community.
You may connect by phone: 1-301-715-8592 or 1-312-626-6679. You may also connect by audio/video: http://bit.ly/NCCUVJP. Please use this link (NCCUVJP) for all sessions after February 2.
Below, please also find a complete list of the upcoming presentations for Spring 2021.
- February 2: Smita (Luna) Sharma, UtopiaSGW – “Mindful Abundance”." The connection link for this session is http://bit.ly/NCCUTelehealth*.
- February 16: Noshima Darden-Tabb, MSW, LCSW and Yerson Padilla, M.A – “Understanding COVID-19 Vaccines”
- February 23: Tanya Bass, MS, MED., CHES, CSE and Leslie Massicotte, Practicum Student – “Consent and COVID: What You Need to Know”
- March 2: Dr. Wanda Boone - "Racism, Chronic Disease and the Social Determinants of Health"
- March 9: MiAnna Patterson and Cierra Campbell – “Pandemics Then, Now, and Future: Implications for Public Health Education”
- March 16: Dr. Lisa Paulin and Dr. Tianduo Zhang - "COVID-19 Vaccines: Making an Informed Decision"
- March 23: Tanya Bass, MS, MED., CHES, CSE and Leslie Massicotte, Practicum Student – “Consent and COVID: What You Need to Know”
- March 30: Kayla Hammond and Brianna A. Ford – “Vaccination Program Then and Now: One of the Great Achievements in the US: 1900–1999”
- April 6: Dr. Bahby Banks – "NAH (Not a Host): The COVID-19 Campaign Bridging Education and Innovation in Our Communities"
- April 20: Dr. Tracie Locklear – “The Impact and Perceptions of COVID-19 Testing and Vaccination in Native American Communities in NC.”
We are excited to see you all tune in!