Socio-Psychological Levers for Improving Women’s Health and Well-Being with Joy Parkinson (Australia)
July 18/19, 2017
Across women’s life courses there are a number of key transition points which are important in the development of good or poor health, from commencing school to workforce entry, to pregnancy and childbirth, to name only a few. There are also influential social and psychological factors, including friends, family, community and a range of individual factors of which only some are modifiable. In this webinar, you’ll learn about recent research on these key transition points and factors and how to make use of them to improve program effectiveness.
This 60-minute iSMA webinar will be presented by Joy Parkinson, Lecturer at Griffith University (Australia).
The ESMA members have free access to the webinars. Log on the iSMA website to join this webinar and access the archive of previous events.