Healthy Futures: Recorded Webinars

​Recorded Webinars

Safety and Injury Prevention: 

Below is a link to an archived recording of a 1-hour webinar to learn more about 2 new safety and injury prevention training tools available for child care health consultants, early learning program directors, health managers, health care professionals and others to use to help meet national early education & child care training requirements in the area of safety and injury prevention.  Andrew Hashikawa, MD, FAAP, Assistant Professor at Michigan Medicine in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics, was the presenter for this webinar.  Viewers will learn about the following:

  • The important role safety and injury prevention training plays in early childhood settings
  • A free online safety and injury prevention module for any early learning provider
  • A free, fully downloadable, inter-changeable & ready-to-go safety and injury prevention training curriculum that can be tailored for your audience’s needs
  • Training tips and new technologies that can help you share safety and injury prevention information with your early care and education community

Managing Infectious Diseases in Early Education and Child Care Settings
 

Below is a link to an archived recording of a 1-hour webinar to learn more about 2 new tools available for child care health consultants, early learning program directors, health managers, health care professionals and others to use to help meet national early education & child care training requirements for managing infectious diseases.  Susan Aronson, MD, FAAP, pediatrician and co-editor of Managing Infectious Diseases in Child Care and Schools, A Quick Reference Guide, 5th edition. Participants will learn about the following:

  • The important role managing infectious diseases training plays in early childhood settings
  • A free new online managing infectious diseases module for any early learning provider
  • A free, fully downloadable and ready-to-go managing infectious diseases training curriculum that can be tailored for your audience’s needs
  • Training tips that can help you share managing infectious diseases information with your early care and education community



Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings  
Below is a link to an archived recording of a 1-hour webinar to learn more about 2 medication administration training tools available for child care health consultants, early learning program directors, health managers, health care professionals and others to use to help meet national early education & child care training requirements in the area of medication administration.  Andrew Hashikawa, MD, FAAP, Associate Professor at Michigan Medicine in the departments of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics, is the presenter for this webinar.  Participants will learn about the following:
  • The important role medication administration training plays in early childhood settings
  • A free new online medication administration module for any early learning provider
  • A free, fully downloadable, inter-changeable & ready-to-go medication administration training curriculum that can be tailored for your audience’s needs
Medication Administration in Early Education and Child Care Settings

Support for the Healthy Futures project has been provided through funding from Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc.

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