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2022 Fall Conference Materials:
Keynote: Reality-Based Leadership: Building Resiliency, Ditching the Drama, and Calling Teams to Greatness in Challenging Times (Alex Dorr)
Breakout:
Practical Tools to Ditch the Drama and call Teams to Greatness at Work (Alex Dorr)
Breakout:
Adaptive Leadership 101 (MDH System Consultants)
Breakout:
Becoming a Trauma Informed Local Public Health Department (Patty Bowler, Margaret Schuster--Minneapolis Health Department, and Karen Nikolai--Hennepin County Public Health)
Breakout: Healthy Meetings: Saying Goodbye to Meeting Fatigue (Alicia Ugarte-Delrio--Dakota County Public Health)
Keynote: In Sickness and in Health: Building Immunity in Our Lives (Katy Smith)
(this resource is the word cloud of responses people wrote down for what strategies they use to give themselves immunity in hard times)
Breakout: Adaptive Leadership Next Level (MDH System Consultants)
Breakout: Leading Resilient Teams (Raymond Young--People Incorporated Training Institute)
Breakout: People Reading: Mastering Stress Free Communications with the Public and Your Team (Michael Monroe Kiefer)
Poems compiled from Art Exhibit: Return to Normal? COVID Diaries from Local Youth
Silver Linings








Upcoming Events:

OPIOID SHARING MEETING
Thursday, December 8, 1:00pm – 2:00pm

LPHA will host a fourth informal opioid settlement sharing meeting. This is an open time for you to ask questions and discuss your work related to the opioid settlement with your local public health colleagues. Dana Farley from MDH will be joining us to share the state’s data dashboard, existing data on opioids, and any insight he might have on the role MDH will play in settlement related work moving forward. Please note, we will not have a formal agenda for this meeting.

MINNESOTA MATERNAL MORTALITY REPORT FINDINGS & OPPORTUNITIES FOR STATEWIDE PREVENTION - Register now!
Monday, December 12, 2:00pm – 3:00pm

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has released the first state report on maternal mortality occurring in Minnesota during 2017-2018. This presentation will include the findings outlined in the report such as: demographic information and characteristics of pregnancy- associated deaths, summarizes the causes, contributing factors to these deaths. Conference attendees will learn about recommendations from the review committee to inform public health practices and interventions to improve maternal health outcomes in the state.


Past Events:

October 26: MN Thrives and Mental Well-Being in Minnesota
10:00am - 11:30am View the session recording (log-in required) 
October 25:
Opioid Sharing meeting #3
2:00pm - 3:00pm View the session recording (log-in required) 
October 12:
Gray Matters: Depression in Older Adults National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), Minnesota
10:00am - 11:30am View the session recording (log-in required)