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Tue 1:15 PM EDT
NVDRS Narrative Writing Training
Tue 1:15 PM EDT
Using NVDRS data for prevention (state presentations), Abstract Self Care, Data Closeout Process Review, and Closing Remarks
Tue 11:30 AM EDT
VDRS data linkages (state presentations)
Tue 11:30 AM EDT
NVDRS Coding Training
Tue 11:00 AM EDT
Tuesday Morning Session
Mon 3:40 PM EDT
Mon 1:30 PM EDT
Mon 11:00 AM EDT
Wed 2:30 PM EST
5150.0: Closing General Session: 1619 – 2019: Health and Justice Denied
For centuries, human bondage has challenged the health of communities of color and other underserved populations. This session will explore the health impact of human...
Wed 12:30 PM EST
5116.0: Advancing Environmental Health Science and Equity
This session will explore the state-of-the-art for environmental health science and practice through a health equity lens. Whether addressing the water we drink, the...
Wed 10:30 AM EST
5063.0: Food - A Social Determinant: Perspectives From the Field
This session will examine how food is a social determinant of health and will include discussions on food policy, access and the practical aspects of food. Food is one...
Wed 8:30 AM EST
5004.0: Speaking Truth to Power: Communicating Science Effectively
Communicating science can be complicated. How do you reach diverse audiences with key information? What’s the best way to craft powerful messages that will effectively...
Tue 3:00 PM EST
4315.0 Vaccines: Information, Misinformation and Disinformation
The recent measles outbreaks are a wakeup call. About 90% of American parents vaccinate their children against MMR. The overwhelming majority of the population...
Tue 1:00 PM EST
4221.2 Health Rankings: A Tool for Data Driven Population Health Improvement
This session will focus on the use of rankings as a community health improvement tool. Community health improvement requires making complex, data-driven decisions,...
Tue 10:30 AM EST
4122.0 Harnessing Climate Change and Health Assessments to Achieve Health Equity
This panel will invite those responsible for these major national and international assessments to provide brief overviews of the major findings, especially with...
Tue 8:30 AM EST
4005.0 Disrput Aging: A Public Health Approach
This session will explore ways the public health community can advance concepts of healthy aging to eliminate outdated beliefs, create an accommodating built...
Mon 5:00 PM EST
3395.0 Monday General Session: Is an ounce of prevention really worth a pound of cure?
Prevention is the centerpiece of public health practice yet is often undervalued. Moderated by former HHS Assistant Secretary for Health Karen DeSalvo, this session...
Mon 3:00 PM EST
3333.0 Friend or Foe? A Global Perspective on Populism and Public Health
This session aims to disentangle the complexities surrounding populism and its current and potential impact on public health.
Mon 1:00 PM EST
3226.0 Justice and Equity: Mental Health Not Optional
How do we define justice and equity? How do we talk about mental health in this context? What does the history of astronomy have to do with the future of mental...
Mon 10:30 AM EST
Public Health and Social Justice Issues for the 2020 Elections
This session will explore the emerging public health and social justice issues being debated by candidates for public office, including immigration, racism, the opioid...
Mon 8:30 AM EST
3008.0: Advancing Public Health Practice through Science
This session will answer these questions and outline a broad vision for advancing science and unleashing its potential to improve the translation of research to public...
Sun 12:00 PM EST
2021.0 Opening General Session: Creating the Healthiest Nation: For science. For action. For health.
Join us as we set the tone for this year’s meeting theme, “Creating the Healthiest Nation: For science. For action. For health.” This conversation exploring science as...