Tulane University Center for Public Service: October Campus Community Connections

Community Engaged Research Application

Recently, the CPS Partnership Team hosted a lunch to plan upcoming Community Engaged Research Learning Exchanges and funding RFP. We are excited to share the amazing work these funds have been able to support, and we hope that you can join us at our upcoming events to learn about how your change-oriented research can move from an idea to an actuality. Applications are due Nov. 9th, and a Tulane faculty member is required to be a part of the project. Click here to learn more.


CPS Events and Programs

Community Engaged Research Learning Exchanges

Date: Tuesday, October 2nd
Time: 2:45 pm-4:30 pm
Location: Rosa Keller Library in the Broadmoor Community Center, 4300 S Broad
Join founder Andreas Hoffmann students and VISTA members who support Green Light New Orleans at the Broadmoor Community Center this Tuesday. The team will  share about their ongoing research efforts on the environmental and community benefits of backyard vegetable gardens. We will also be discussing information on how to obtain funding through CPS’ CER program, Broadmoor partnerships and their Eatmoor Food Truck event which begins at 5PM. Please RSVP here.

Date: Tuesday, October 16th
Time: 2:45 pm-4:30 pm
Location: 300 N Broad
Join Dr. Jeanette Gustat, along with her collaborators at FitLot to discuss  current research including a pilot study on intake tools to measure the acceptability of fitness training programs for older adults.  We will also be discussing how to secure funding for change-oriented research through CPS’ CER  program, Refresh Project partnerships and programs.  Please RSVP here.

CPS Partnership Team Meet & Greet
Date: Friday, October 5th; Friday, November 9th; and Friday, December 7th
Time: 10:00am-12:00pm
Location: TBA
Get to know CPS and other community partners in the city. CPS staff will be available to facilitate discussion regarding how to strengthen our partnerships together! Click here to RSVP.

Understanding Your Program: How a Simple “Program Roadmap” Can Make Planning and Evaluation More Useful

Date: Monday, October 8th
Time: 9:00 am-12:00 pm
Location: Small Center, 1725 Baronne Street
Everyone is under pressure to show the impact of their efforts.  Why not use an approach that not only helps you make the case to funders and stakeholders, but, in the process, gives you the understanding YOU need to make immediate improvements to your efforts.  Tom Chapel, who is the Chief Evaluation Officer at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and has been helping public and non-profit programs do planning and evaluation for several decades, is returning to repeat his series of popular workshops. For more information or to RSVP, click here.

Racial Reconciliation and Equity Institute

Dates: Oct. 9, 11, 23 & 25, 30, Nov. 1

Time: 11AM-1:30PM

Location: TBA

In collaboration with the Center for Restorative Approaches, CPS is offering a six session institute for a cohort of community leaders who are interested in learning more and practicing dialogue about racial reconciliation and equity in the workplace. Delve into constructs and concepts of race: definitions, history, and institutional frameworks through mindfulness exercises, thought-provoking discussions, speaker presentations, videos, poetry, hands-on experiential educational activities, social gatherings, community building, meals, skills/knowledge component and “homework” assignments.  There are still a few seats available, so please let us know if you are interested in participating by 12Noon this Wednesday, Oct. 3rd! Apply here.

Public Service Internship Fair

Dates: Wednesday, November 7

Time: 5:30PM-7PM

Location: LBC Qatar Ballroom

The Center for Public Service Internship Program aims to offer quality internship opportunities to Tulane students in a variety of fields. The Internship Fair provides an excellent chance for community partners to meet with undergraduate students seeking unpaid, public service internships for the Spring and Summer 2019 semesters. Reserve a table today, by RSVPing here. For more information, please contact Myriam Huet.


Community Events  

Grant Writing for Beginners:
Date: Wednesday, October 10th
Time: 1:30 pm-4:30pm
Location: Ashe Power House Theater, 1731 Baronne St.
Grantwriting for Beginners is an engaging workshop that gives you the basic tools you need to start writing grants. Participants will learn how to find funding opportunities, tools and tips for writing proposals and ways to make a program competitive for repeat funding. Tickets cost $40 per person, and each participant gets a certification of completion. Click here for more information or to register.

Casa Samba 2018 Fundraiser

Date: Friday, October 19th
Time: 7:00 pm-11:00 pm
Location: Lyons Recreation Center, 624 Louisiana Avenue
Join Casa Samba at their “Carnaval” style fundraising event, featuring the merging of Brasilian Music and New Orleans Carnaval Music. For more information, click here.

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BCM Congregational Wellness: Stop The Bleed, Hands only CPR and Narcan Training, October 24th

Congregational Wellness E-Blast
FREE TRAINING: Wednesday, October 24,2018  6pm to 8pm
Stop The Bleed, Hands only CPR and Narcan Training
Facilitated by Lt Jonathan Fourcade, City of New Orleans Emergency Medical Services

Location: All Saints Catholic Church 1441 Teche St. (in the fellowship Hall behind the church at Teche and Ptolomey)

To register call Elsie Cobb-Wright 504-400-8530

Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign and a call to action. Stop the Bleed is intended to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives.

Respire mejor | Entendiendo los Escaneos Médicos| Pregunta a Carla

Respire mejor | Entendiendo los Escaneos Médicos| Pregunta a Carla

 

Jueves, Octubre 4, 2018

Recursos y consejos acerca de vida saludable y bienestar de NIH, la agencia de investigación médica del país.

Respire mejor

Aunque no pueda verlo, el aire que respira puede afectar su salud.

Entendiendo los Escaneos Médicos

Una aplicación diseñado para ayudar a los pacientes.

Pregunta a Carla

¿Por qué es importante colocar a sus hijos las vacunas contra enfermedades como el sarampión y la tos ferina?

La pérdida de peso ayuda a la artritis de la rodilla

La pérdida de peso intensa a través de la dieta y el ejercicio fue mejor que la pérdida de peso moderada para aliviar los síntomas de la artritis de la rodilla entre los adultos mayores obesos o con sobrepeso.

Enfermedad que huele

La mayoría de los olores del aliento y el cuerpo son normales, pero algunos señalan un problema de salud.

Prevenir la exposición al plomo

Se necesitan voluntarios para estudio sobre enfermedades renales

Sitio web destacado: Eliminación segura de medicamentos recetados

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Children’s Hospital: NO HIT ZONE

NO HIT ZONE



 

Children’s Hospital Introduces No Hit Zones

To address the most prevalent risk factor of child physical abuse, corporal punishment, the Audrey Hepburn Children at Risk Evaluation (CARE) Center and the New Orleans Children’s Advocacy Center (NOCAC) are introducing No Hit Zones at Children’s Hospital and its clinics.

Throughout Children’s Hospital and its clinics across the state, No Hit Zone signs will be posted illustrating the well-established harmful effects of corporal punishment and promoting effective painless parenting techniques. Children’s Hospital staff will be trained to give parents resources for effective guidance and explain the harms of physical discipline in a non-shaming or blaming fashion. The CARE Center also provides opportunities for pediatricians, pediatrics residents and community members to practice communicating the negative effects of physical discipline.

Check out Children’s Hospital Small World spotlight publication .


Why a No Hit Zone? Flyer and policy explaining the importance of No Hit Zones for pediatricians and staff.

No Hit Zone Flyer 

Policy

What are effective painless parenting alternatives? Effective parenting materials by developmental stages.

Infant

Toddler 

School Age 

Tween/Teen 

Need assistance becoming a No Hit Zone? Contact Stacie.Leblanc@lcmchealth.org.

Want to schedule a Painless Parenting workshop to learn how to communicate the harms of hitting and effective alternatives? Contact Hannah.Gilbert@lcmchealth.org.