Grants and Contracts Details
ABSTRACT We will build on our partnerships or create new ones within primary health care, cancer early detection and prevention, school nurses, ambulatory care centers, veterinarians, community action agencies, and the cooperative extension to provide radon training via in-person presentations, fact sheets, webinars, and a biannual health professionals’ e-newsletter to include the latest radon science, training tools, and educational tools to use with their patients and/or residents. We will incorporate discussion of clinical practice guidelines and disparities in home radon testing and mitigation where appropriate. We will also use social media to promote the latest science, events (e.g., NRAM), and educational materials (@UkyRadon). In addition, we will maintain, and update UK BREATHE radon website information regarding the presentations, training tools and educational tools. We will continue to promote the updated Radon Continuing Education Program course using our detailed dissemination plan. We provide free continuing education for Continuing Medical Education (CME), Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN), Community Health Education Society (CHES), Registered Sanitarian (RS), Respiratory Therapists (RT) and other professions (OTHER) who can benefit from the online training material. We will continue to serve as administrators of the CE program. As required annually, we will review and extend the CE course. We will update radon training marketing materials for health professionals and health educators and make them available during our presentations and webinars. We will also make them available on the BREATHE Radon Policy Division website and provide access to the state to our website, just as the state has linked to KGS for access to our geologic radon maps.
|Effective start/end date||7/1/22 → 6/30/24|
- KY Cabinet for Health and Family Services: $75,000.00
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