A gaggle of Q-C organizations is sponsoring a free Minority Health Conference April 21 at Central High School, 1120 Main St., Davenport. Lunch is included. Registration will start at 9 a.m.; the convention will start at 10 a.m. Bus transportation is out there from numerous Quad-Cities places.
The occasion will function Dr. Jennifer Caudle because the keynote speaker. In addition to being Miss Iowa 1999, she is a daily on the Dr. Oz Show. Dr. Caudle stated “The issues we face … can affect our outlook on life, but the reverse is true — our outlook on life can affect the issues.”
Adult breakout periods embrace: Life Savings Class, Dental Health, Teen Cell Phone utilization and Electronic use, Mental Health, Diabetes Management, Cardiovascular Heath, Senior Health, Housing Discrimination Health Intersect, Women’s Health, Department of Child and Family Services, Opiate Overdose, Financial Health, Life and Health Insurance, Human Trafficking and Navigating Heath Care.
Youth (grades 9 — 12) breakout periods embrace: Healthcare Careers, Sports Medicine, Cell Phone Usage, Depression and Anxiety, Financial Health and Life Savings Skills.
Registration is open to all, early registration is inspired and is obtainable at eventbrite.com. Search for “QC Minority Health Conference” in Davenport.
Direct any questions to QCAIR — 563-594-0854 or email@example.com.