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Winter 2017 Newsletter

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Winter 2017 Newsletter

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Spring 2015 Newsletter

Posted by on Jun 5, 2015 in Newsletters | 0 comments

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NEON Community Health Worker Training Program Success Story

Posted by on Aug 14, 2014 in Announcement, Newsletters | 0 comments

NEON Community Health Worker Trailing Program Success Story   In 2012 the State of Oregon established Traditional Health Worker certification legislation the created a scope of work, competencies and certification pathway for Community Health Workers, Peer Mentors, Doulas, Promaturas and other traditional health worker roles.  The legislation also established a pathway for community based entities to become state approved training programs.  The Northeast Oregon Network was the second certified training program in the State of Oregon,...

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CHW Health Tip of the Week!

Posted by on Aug 5, 2014 in Newsletters, Uncategorized | 0 comments

CHW Healthy Tips: Summer Fitness – Beat the Heat! Don’t let the summer heat stop you from getting in your exercise time!  You can beat the heat if you follow these tips when keeping your exercise routine: Always hydrate – before, during and after any physical activity. Water is best; no caffeine or alcohol, as they are diuretics that can further dehydrate your body. Wear appropriate workout clothing - Light-weight and light-colored cotton materials are best for maintaining perspiration, temperature, and overall comfort during your...

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CHW Tip of the Week: Stay Hydrated

Posted by on Jul 28, 2014 in Newsletters, Uncategorized | 0 comments

July 18th, 2014 Here in the northeastern corner of Oregon, for better or worse, we are in full swing of summer heat.  Some of us thrive in this weather, while others struggle a little bit.  One of the best ways to help your body function in high heat is to make sure there is plenty of H2O running through your veins.  Working hard in hot weather can burn off more than a quart of water every hour, and once you’re running low, it’s hard to catch up again. Thirst isn’t a great measure of hydration.  If you feel thirsty, you’re likely...

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