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  • PATH International 2024 Regional Award Nominations Set to Close January 8th, 2024

    The deadline to submit nominations for PATH International’s 2024 Regional Awards is quickly approaching! Please find the links below to submit your nominations. 

    If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]

  • Site Update 12/6/2023

     

    As a part of our commitment to providing a reliable, available, and secure service, Higher Logic will be performing maintenance on Wednesday, December 6th from 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM ET (5:00 PM to 6:00 PM PT).

     

    We appreciate your patience and understanding as we use this maintenance window to upgrade the encryption mechanism used to enhance your site’s login session security. Login sessions established prior to this maintenance period are automatically invalidated, requiring all users to re-authenticate to the site. Any logins performed after this period will be secured with the upgraded encryption mechanism. The amount of disruption expected is limited to requiring each user to re-authenticate - this will occur during the above time window. 

    Please contact [email protected] if you have any questions or concerns.

     

  • Maui Wildfire Disaster Relief - How to Help

    On behalf of our Centers, Members, Professionals and Participants affected by the wildfires on Maui and Hawaii Island this week, we wanted to share this update given to us by our PATH Intl. Region 11 Ambassador Chrissy Stout and provide our community with resources to support the relief efforts.

    Update from Maui:

    Thank you to those checking in and offering love and support following the devastating wildfires on Maui and Hawaii Island this week. While relief efforts have begun, the fires are still not 100% contained, and many areas remain unsecured. The loss of life, homes, and livelihoods is unimaginable, and so much help is still needed for our communities in Lahaina and Upcountry Maui. I know it's hard to watch from afar and not know how to help. Here are a few vetted suggestions:
    1. Hawaii Community Foundation established a Maui Strong Fund to support community-based rapid response and recovery efforts. Funding will support evolving needs, including shelter, food, financial assistance, and other services. Link to donate: https://www.hawaiicommunityfoundation.org/maui-strong
    2. Makawao Veterinary Clinic (led by Dr. Clayton Matchett) is mobilizing to enter disaster areas to provide critical care to large and small animals. The veterinarians are donating their time but asking for help with the hard costs of medicines and supplies. Link to donate: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/companionskokua
    3. Maui United Way established a Maui Fire Disaster Relief Fund providing direct relief to families and nonprofits affected by the fires. Link to donate: https://mauiunitedway.org/disasterrelief
    Your support is so appreciated. If any of these links are not working, that is good news; it means many people are on the sites trying to help. Please just keep trying.

    Mahalo from Hawaii. We feel your aloha.
    Chrissy Stout
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    PATH Intl. Region 11 Ambassador

    CTRI, Mentor

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Upcoming Events


  • Wednesday
    26
    June

    Free Virtual Event: Building an EAS Research Toolbox

    Jun 26, 18:30 - 20:00 (ET)
    Please Join the Region 1 Leadership Team for a free webinar! Not long ago, most EAS professionals were cut off from the research about their own field. Paywall journals and university libraries controlled who could read the research. Many professionals were left out. In today’s age of Open Access publishing, about 80% of all studies published are now free for all to read and download. It’s been quite a shift; now many of us feel inundated with new studies and wonder how to both keep up with it all and evaluate it. Where do you begin? Fran Jurga will guide us through this process. In this presentation, Fran will focus on how to find peer-reviewed research online and what to do with it after you find it. She will start with data on the recent surge in the sheer volume of EAS studies, which now includes much more about both the horses involved in EAS and the roles of professionals in the field. Moving on, she will demonstrate how anyone can set up a useful research reading library online that stores your articles for future reference, whether you store them online or download them to your computer. Google Scholar is just one example of a free management tool that will store and organize your links to EAS research articles online. She’ll also show some of the journal websites and university repositories. Whether you are new or well-versed in “researching research” all attendees will benefit from the information about new trends in EAS research and the time-saving tools that are making research easier to store, share, and keep forever This presentation can be counted towards 1.25 CR-All OR 1.25 CE

  • Wednesday
    10
    July