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Human Resources

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The University of Iowa College of Public Health's Institute for Public Health Practice, in cooperation with the Iowa Association of Local Public Health Agencies (I-ALPHA), has developed a series of practiced-based educational programs targeted toward new public health administrators and nursing administrators. The programs are part of the Institute's continuing effort to provide training to strengthen the skills and knowledge of the current public health workforce.

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Have Stethoscope, Will Travel: The Growing Use of Locum Tenens Physician

Contact: Technical Support
Phone: 301-347-0400
E-mail: multiviewMediaSupport@multiview.com

Description: Have Stethoscope, Will Travel… provides practical guidelines to health professionals interested in incorporating temporary physicians in their staffing plans as an increasingly important resource of medical manpower and expertise. By the end of this webinar participants will be able to:...

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Physician Recruiting In An Era Of Doctor Shortages

Contact: Technical Support
Phone: 301-347-0400
E-mail: multiviewMediaSupport@multiview.com

Description: This webinar examines these and related questions in an overview of the current physician recruiting market. Presented by executives with Merritt Hawkins, the nation’s largest physician search and consulting firm and a company of AMN Healthcare, the program reviews market conditions CHCs should...

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Military Physicians — What you need to know to recruit and retain the best of the best!

Contact: Technical Support
Phone: 301-347-0400
E-mail: multiviewMediaSupport@multiview.com

Description: This presentation is designed to give you a better understanding of the unique experiences and qualifications that the military physician brings to the table and what your organization can do to better attract and work with these individuals to make a smooth and seamless transition into your...

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Mastering the Roles of Supervision

Contact: Melda Uzun
Phone: (212) 305-6984
E-mail: msu2103@columbia.edu

Description:

  • Introduces the concept of the Competing Values Framework
  • Describes the often competing roles associated with being an effective supervisor
  • Explains the levels of mastery of a skill
  • Provides strategies for assessing and monitoring your progress through the levels of supervisory mastery...
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The Fair Labor Standards Act

Contact: Technical Support
Phone: 301-347-0400
E-mail: multiviewMediaSupport@multiview.com

Description: The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires most employers, including health centers, to pay minimum wage and overtime to covered employees. A health center’s workforce frequently includes an array of professional and nonprofessional employees working under full-time and part-time...

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Employment Law Update

Contact: Technical Support
Phone: 301-347-0400
E-mail: multiviewMediaSupport@multiview.com

Description: Health centers, like other employers, can incur significant liability for violating employment laws, in particular anti-discrimination laws. Employment law, like other areas of law, is constantly changing as result of amendments to statutes and regulations and court decisions interpreting the...

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Addressing Harassment in the Workplace

Contact: Technical Support
Phone: 301-347-0400
E-mail: multiviewMediaSupport@multiview.com

Description: Workplace harassment and bullying can lead to significant liability for an employer. Harassment based on an employee’s, sex, age, religion, national origin, or any other characteristic protected under an anti-discrimination law, is likely to constitute a violation of that law. An employer that...

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Fundamentals of the Americans with Disabilities Act: Implications for Health Centers

Contact: Technical Support
Phone: 301-347-0400
E-mail: multiviewMediaSupport@multiview.com

Description: The ADA Amendments Act of 2008, which was effective on January 1, 2009, is likely to impose new obligations on employers, including health centers, to recognize certain physical or mental impairments of employees as disabilities and to make reasonable accommodation to employees with those...

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