Zoom: Summer Safety: An overview of skin health, heat safety, and more 7/28/22

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Deaf Health Talks, provided in ASL, with Q&A, on Zoom. Happening Thursday, July 28th, 8 to 9 PM ET. The left side states, Summer Safety: An overview of skin health, heat safety, and more with Michael McKee, MD, MPH from U-M Family Medicine, Stacy Woods, RN from Advocate Aurora Health, and moderated by Sarah J. Hein, MSN, FNP-BC from Michigan Deaf Health. On the right side, there are three images. The image on the left side shows a girl with a white towel around her body and brown hair in a ponytail touching her face with both hands. There are big and small yellow stars surrounding her face on both sides. The right side has a peach sunscreen bottle with a yellow top. The bottle has a yellow sun with SPF 30 written in white below it. Below the sunscreen bottle is a meter with colors ranging from yellow to red. The arrow is pointing at the red. The bottom states Go to: https://umich.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_aI7vImQ-QLSMJRsR4uFU-A. Followed by logos for hosts/sponsors, including Partners in Deaf Health, University of Michigan Medical School Department of Family Medicine, and Michigan Deaf Health.

The University of Michigan Family Medicine Department has partnered with Partners in Deaf Health and Michigan Deaf Health to host a Deaf Health Talk entitled “Summer Safety: An overview of skin health, heat safety, and more” on Thursday, July 28, 2022 from 8-9 PM, ET. The event will only be on Zoom. We are excited to have two presenters for the event: Michael McKee and Stacy Woods. There will be a Q&A at the end of the hour moderated by Sarah J. Hein.

The event is on Zoom, is free, in ASL, and there will be closed captioning provided. Hope to see you there!

Our team has been working to continue developing monthly Deaf Health Talks. With your help, we hope to maintain our high viewership and post engagement. Our upcoming DHT is geared towards deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers and will be presented in American Sign Language with some spoken English translation. We would love to encourage you to share this talk with your respective communities.

Thanks again and please email us at [email protected] with any questions or concerns. Also, check out our website and Instagram page! Interested in supporting the Deaf Health Talks further? Donate here to support our efforts. Lastly, please feel free to let us know if you need more information.


The Deaf Health Talks Team

Zoom Link (please register in advance!): here


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