Join us at New College Institute for a presentation on a collaborative community research agenda on lung cancer.
Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Time: 3:00p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: New College Institute
191 Fayette Street, Martinsville
Lecture Hall A
"The World's Largest Snake"
Spraker: Alexander Hastings
To register, contact Steve Keyser 276-403-5612
What is an opiate? Do you know the difference between an opiate and a painkiller? Opiate abuse is a national, state and local epidemic and it’s hitting hard right here in our area. Join us for a free, educational event regarding this concern within our community. This will include a screening of the documentary “Heroin: The Hardest Hit” followed by a community discussion.
RSVP Not Required.
For more information please call:
Technology applications in the classroom
Using technology to assess and differentiate instruction
Steps to become technology certified (Apple, Google, etc.)
For more information:
Dr. Pam Randall
firstname.lastname@example.org or (276) 403-5626
This event will include a discussion on the nationwide initiative to reach an 80% colorectal cancer screening rate by 2018. Together, we’ll explore some of the factors and barriers that impact screening.
We’ll also focus on best practices for screening, development of community partnerships, available tools and resources, and a plan of action to increase screening in our communities.
Everyone is invited as it will take the support and collaboration of many—including hospitals and health systems, community groups, primary care practitioners, employers, insurers, gastroenterologists, nurses,
navigators AND MORE—to reduce the burden of colorectal cancer in Virginia.
Visit http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3643401/censova to register!
Register by Sept. 28th! Space is limited.
Click the link with the flyer below for more information.