[Image description: A rectangular graphic with a white background and purple icons that represent health issues. Black text reads "Health Fair" and "February 24 - 1:30 p.m. Eastern." A rounded rectangle with purple-to-orange gradient text above reads "Instagram Live." White text below reads "Healthcare Insurance with Owen Pudliner" and "Eastern Monroe Public Library." Underneath are Instagram icons with the handles @bsclehighvalley and @easternmonroepubliclibrary. To the right is a white icon of a clipboard and shield with a cross. Below are horizontal intersectional Pride stripes. The logos for Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center, Eastern Monroe Public Library, and Women's 5K Classic are in the upper right corner of the graphic.]
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center and Eastern Monroe Public Library are partnering to present a special virtual health fair via Instagram Live on February 24 at 1:30 p.m. Eastern. Attendees can join by searching for the center's Instagram handle on the app: @BSCLehighValley.
The fair's keynote speaker is Owen Pudliner, a state-certified enrollment assister with Pennie, Pennsylvania's official healthcare marketplace. This event will cover health insurance topics that include routine & preventative health care (i.e. cancer screenings).
This virtual fair will be saved on Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center's Instagram page shortly after it ends. Attendees are encouraged to answer a series of questions from the page's Instagram Stories that relate to the fair.
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center is partnering with four public libraries and local health experts to deliver trusted information and resources on a variety of health topics through virtual health fairs. Information about the subsequent fairs can be found here.
This award is supported by funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health under cooperative agreement number UG4LM013729 at the University of Iowa, Hardin Library for the Health Sciences. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.
This project was funded in part through a grant from Women’s 5K Classic.
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