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Registration Now Open! Virtual Public Health Conference

Friday, June 26, 2020  
Posted by: Maggie Gruennert
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REGISTER NOW for the Virtual Public Health Conference!

Missing the great content that the Annual Conference and the Public Health in Practice Conference has been known to offer?  Register Now for the 2020 Virtual Public Health Conference! WPHA and WALHDAB are providing a series of pre-recorded webinars from the slate of conference sessions, live Keynotes on Racial Equity, a virtual Poster Hall, and a Virtual Exhibit Hall to all who register! We will also be exploring other add-on's and live features!

Sessions will be released weekly via email to all registered attendees along with conference highlights and live session information!

 

 

Conference Session Release Schedule:
*schedule release subject to change

Monday, August 3 - COVID-19

  • Putting a Value on the Community Health Strategist
  • Relationships between Social Engagement on Health and Well-being in Wisconsin
  • Community Health Workers: breaking down silos and bringing public health into the community

Monday, August 10 - Data & Performance Management

  • Applying Health Equity Lens to Inspection of Food Establishments
  • Mixed Methods Review of Youth and Young Adult Suicides in Wisconsin
  • A Novel Tool for Gathering Local Public Health Data Survey of the Health of Wisconsin
  • Results-Based Accountability Performance Management from a Community Perspective (Local Health Department)

Monday, August 17 - New Skills

  • Leveraging Partnerships to Increase Health Promotion Programs for Older Adults in Your Community
  • Applying the Science and Art of Project Management to Public Health Initiatives
  • Utilizing the CHNA to Initiate Change Regarding LGBTQ Capacity in Rural Health Care
  • Being Intentional about Equity in Practice: Saving you and your organization/group from headache and heartache

Monday, August 24 - Legislative Issues

  • Leveraging Change: Using the APHA's Statement on Alcohol-Related Harms for Alcohol Policy Advocacy
  • Building Relationships with Elected Officials (Prior to Issues Coming Up)


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