Posts Tagged ‘UV camera’

Sun Safety Awareness for the Snow Sports Industry

Rachel Eye - Tuesday, 14 February 2017 03:19

Klein Buendel (KB), together with representatives of the Colorado Cancer Coalition’s Skin Cancer Task Force (CSCTF) and Rocky Mountain Sunscreen, recently attended the SnowSports Industries America (SIA) Snow Show held at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver.

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UV Leaves Mark on Snow Sports Industry Employees

Lisa Forster - Tuesday, 4 February 2014 01:39

Skin cancer prevention was the message Klein Buendel, Inc. and its partners hoped to spread at the 60th annual SIA Snow Show in Denver. KB along with Rocky Mountain Sunscreen, the Skin Cancer Task Force, and dermatologists from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center provided free skin cancer screenings and UV camera photographs to attendees.

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Klein Buendel Talks High-tech at SBM

Klein Buendel - Thursday, 21 March 2013 05:33

This morning at the Society of Behavioral Medicine’s 34th annual meeting a mobile phone app and web-based game developed by Klein Buendel were shown at separate sessions.

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UV Camera Highlights Sun Damage

Lisa Forster - Tuesday, 5 February 2013 09:43

Most people who work or play on the slopes do not know that good sun protection is as important in winter as it is during the summer. Klein Buendel, Inc. teamed with other experts to provide UV camera scans at the SIA Snow Show in Denver.

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Quick and Simple Steps to Generate Interest and Engage Attendees in Your Health Fair Booth

Kiley Floren - Monday, 12 November 2012 09:57

As part of our commitment to improve public health, Klein Buendel, Inc. frequently participates in health fairs. Often we promote sunscreen use and other sun safety behaviors because of our extensive history of research into individuals’ sun protection behaviors and attitudes. We have learned through trial and error that to be successful at a health fair, organizations have to do more than just show up. They have to stop individuals from window shopping as they stroll down the aisle and instead, engage them in conversation.  It’s a difficult task, but one that can be accomplished by following a few simple steps.

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