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Developing a Social Needs Screening Program

For Providers
Tuesday, February 16, 2021

12 p.m. - 1 p.m.

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Jessica Saunders presents this topic in the Enrichment Lecture Series hosted by the Center for Translational Research at Children's National Hospital.

Email us to register for this event.This Enrichment Series webinar hosted by the Center of Translational Research, will feature Jessica Saunders as our guest lecturer.Jessica Saunders is the director of Community Engagement at Dayton Children’s Hospital. She has worked at Dayton Children’s since 2007 and is responsible for Dayton Children’s community outreach and population health programming including the Dayton Asthma Alliance and the Family Resource Connection, a program that screens for social needs of patients. Previously she was the Community Relations Manager at Dayton Children’s where she developed and directed a number of programs including the Kohl’s A Minute for Kids program, Safe Kids Greater Dayton and the Mead Westvaco Family Resource Center. She is also the project manager for the Dayton Children’s Regional Pediatric Health Assessment which is used to set the children’s health and safety agenda for the hospital.For questions about this lecture or registration information, please contact us. false DD/MM/YYYY

Email us to register for this event.

This Enrichment Series webinar hosted by the Center of Translational Research, will feature Jessica Saunders as our guest lecturer.

Jessica Saunders is the director of Community Engagement at Dayton Children’s Hospital. She has worked at Dayton Children’s since 2007 and is responsible for Dayton Children’s community outreach and population health programming including the Dayton Asthma Alliance and the Family Resource Connection, a program that screens for social needs of patients. Previously she was the Community Relations Manager at Dayton Children’s where she developed and directed a number of programs including the Kohl’s A Minute for Kids program, Safe Kids Greater Dayton and the Mead Westvaco Family Resource Center. She is also the project manager for the Dayton Children’s Regional Pediatric Health Assessment which is used to set the children’s health and safety agenda for the hospital.

For questions about this lecture or registration information, please contact us.