National Health Outreach Conference

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Ithaca New York – land of the hills, waterfalls, and the 2023 Health and Outreach and Engagement Conference. This year six NC State Extension faculty and staff attended the conference focused on “Health Equity: Framing our Work.” This annual conference provides an opportunity to connect with professionals from across the country focused on health, nutrition, youth development, workforce development, and human development.

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The robust conference offered a variety of topics encompassing all realms of Extension work. The session, Piloting a self-care virtual intervention, was presented by members of the Faithful Families Thriving Communities Team from North Carolina. Participants learned about addressing mental health needs of participants during periods of isolation.