Delivering agricultural health and safety research to stakeholders: Best practices and theoretical foundations

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 information. This fact stresses the need for agricultural communicators to understand not only how to communicate agricultural topics, but also understand how agricultural topics are being framed by the media and subsequently thought of by various audiences.

On August 29 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. we invite you to join us for the August 2019 SCCAHS webinar as Dr. Lisa Lundy discusses best practices and theoretical foundations for delivering agricultural health and safety research to stakeholders.

Dr. Lisa Lundy
Associate Professor
Department of Agricultural Education and Communcation
University of Florida

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Upcoming webinars

  • Delivering agricultural health and safety research to stakeholders: Best practices and theoretical foundations

    August 29, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Lisa Lundy, PhD. – Associate Professor in Department of Agricultural Education and Communication and Co-Investigator with the SCCAHS Outreach Core at the University of Florida
  • Heat-related Illness (HRI) in Agriculture: A two-part webinar providing research findings on a mobile app to monitor HRI and a compilation of educational research-based resources to help prevent HRI

    September 10, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Juan Luque, PhD. – Associate Professor at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and Tracy Irani, PhD. – Professor at the University of Florida
  • Chronic low back pain in seafood workers: a pilot intervention study to identify modifiable work and movement solutions

    October 9, 2019 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Kim Dunleavy, PhD. – Associate Clinical Professor and Director of Professional Education and Community Engagement at the University of Florida's Department of Physical Therapy
  • Heat related illness in a changing climate and demography of Florida

    November 6, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Vasu Misra, PhD. – Professor of Meteorology in Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science at the University of Florida

Archived webinars

Eric Coris Heat-related Illness Prevention: Research and lessons learned from athletics Watch the recording

Heidi Radunovich Understanding the scope of the opioid epidemic for agricultural industries Watch the recording

Angie Lindsey Preparing for the 2019 hurricane season: Applying lessons from hurricanes Irma and Michael Watch the recording

Paul Monaghan Using Social Marketing to Prevent Heat-related Illness and Improve Productivity Among Farmworkers Watch the recording

Lynn Grattan Acute Psychological and Health Impacts of Hurricane Irma in UF/IFAS Extension Workers Watch the recording

Linda McCauley Heat Stress and Biomarkers of Renal Disease Watch the recording

Joe Grzywacz Pesticide & Heat Stress Education for Latino Farmworkers that is Culturally Appropriate Watch the recording

Jose Perez The Need for a Safety Focus in Agriculture Watch the recording

Andrew Kane Occupational Health and Safety Surveillance of Gulf Seafood Workers Watch the recording

Martie Gillen Assessing Agricultural Liability Watch the recording