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Chat & Chew: Fostering Collaboration in Youth Mental Health

Join us for an engaging session where expert panelists in Agricultural Health and Safety will share insights into their work in Youth Mental Health. This interactive webinar aims to encourage a dynamic exchange of ideas and collaboration opportunities while strengthening connections among professionals working in the field of rural health and agricultural safety. Each panelist will briefly introduce their work, followed by Q&A, discussion, and potential avenues for collaboration with participants. This webinar is hosted by The International Society for Agricultural Safety and Health (ISASH) in collaboration with the ISASH Rural and Occupational Health Interest Group.

Date: Wednesday, March 6th

Time: 12:30 PM Central / 1:30 PM Eastern / 10:30 AM Pacific / 6:30 PM GMT


Jenna Gibbs, PhD: Speed vs. Safety Culture and Mental Health in Young Adults in Agriculture

Title: Director of Operations

Organization: Ag Health and Safety Alliance

Overview: Discuss factors in agriculture that prioritize speed over safety and the impact on young adults.

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Tara Haskins, DNP, RN, AHN-BC: AgriSafe Youth Mental Health Programming

Title: Total Farmer Health Director

Organization: AgriSafe

Overview: Discuss AgriSafe’s youth mental health programs, their approach, and innovative strategies.

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Jana Davidson: Youth Mental Well-being and Stress Management Strategies

Title: Program Manager

Organization: Progressive Agriculture Foundation

Overview: Examining farm youth mental health, recognizing stress causes, and highlighting available resources.

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Josie Rudolphi, PhD: Farm Adolescent and Adult Mental Health

Title: Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist

Organization: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering

Overview: Discuss research results on the prevalence of anxiety and depression among farm parents and adolescents.

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Amanda Wickman, MBA: Encouraging Youth to Seek Help ‘When Life Gets Messy’

Title: Program Director

Organization: University of Texas at Tyler Health Science Center-SW Ag Center

Overview: Recognizing youth at risk, incorporating youth as a target audience for mental health assistance, and suicide prevention.

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