Upcoming Webinar- Delivering agricultural health and safety research to stakeholders: Best practices and theoretical foundations (August 29, 10-11am)

The ways in which information and research is communicated to stakeholders has a significant effect on how the information is perceived. For instance, the frame, or cognitive structure selected by the communicator, has a major influence in how an audience processes new...
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Past Webinar- Heat-related Illness Prevention: Research and lessons learned from athletics (July 16, 10-11am)

Heat-related illness (HRI) significantly impacts athletes, especially in hot and humid climates. HRI is the third leading cause of death among high school athletes. Practitioners of occupational industries with greater outdoor exposure can apply lessons learned from athletics to...
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Past Webinar: Understanding the scope of the opioid epidemic for agricultural industries (June 4, 10-11am)

It’s well-known that an opioid epidemic exists throughout America, and that there is a need to better understand the epidemic through more comprehensive data. According to the CDC, in 2017 opioids accounted for 67.8% of all drug overdose deaths in the United States, a total of...
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Past Webinar- Preparing for the 2019 hurricane season: Applying lessons from hurricanes Irma and Michael (May 14, 2-3pm)

Hurricanes Irma and Michael caused catastrophic damage from wind and storm surge throughout Florida and the southeastern U.S. during 2017 and 2018, respectively. Many communities in the panhandle of Florida are still recovering from the effects of Hurricane Michael. As the 2019...
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Past Webinar: Using Social Marketing to Prevent Heat-related Illness and Improve Productivity Among Farmworkers (April 17, 2-3pm)

Farmworkers face a variety of economic, structural and cultural barriers to adopting safety practices in the field especially with prevention of heat related illness (HRI) and associated injuries. Farmworkers are at increased risk for HRI and even death because they are exposed...
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