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February 2019

February 27-28
ESOOS Partner Meeting

ASTHO and CDC will convene partners involved in various aspects of the ESOOS grant. This meeting will allow partners to meet and greet each other and also learn more about different aspects of the ESOOS grant.

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February 27
Need to Know Information for ASTHO Hill Day

Invitation only. Please join ASTHO immediate past-president, Dr. John Wiesman and the ASTHO federal government affairs team for a webinar on everything you will need to know regarding your visit to Capitol Hill.

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February 28
Adverse Childhood Experiences and CMS’ Integrated Care for Kids (InCK) Model

Please join the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) for a webinar on adverse childhood experiences.

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March 2019

March 6-7
Strengthening Clinical to Community Connections

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials will a convening to share knowledge, strengthen relationships, and explore collaborations between participants and community integrators to address health-related social needs. Participants will include Accountable Health Communities Alignment Track Bridge Organizations, state public health and Medicaid leaders, health insurance plans, healthcare providers, philanthropies, federal partners, and community integrators advancing access to health and social services.

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March 11-12
ASTHO Policy Academy In-Person Training

Invitation only. A two day, in-person session in Washington, DC, March 11-12, 2019 will offer learning and networking experiences with health policy experts and Policy Academy teams from three state health agencies. The ASTHO Policy Academy is designed to help state governmental public health leaders develop the skills and competencies required to advance and support policy at the state level. This session will take place during ASTHO’s Washington week.

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March 11-14
ASTHO Washington Week

Leaders in public health will convene in Washington, DC for an exciting week to establish and strengthen state and federal relationships, meet with key HHS members and discover more about the power to influence as a leader.

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March 25
ASTHOConnects Series on Brain Health: Conversation and Cup of Joe

Learn from the CDC and featured states about current efforts to implement brain health and Alzheimer’s disease programs in your jurisdiction including using the HBI Road Map. The CDC’s Alzheimer’s Disease and Healthy Aging Program will present data from the BRFSS Optional Modules on subjective cognitive decline and caregiving. The featured states will share their experience incorporating brain health messages into public health by using the HBI Road Map.

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April 2019

April 16-17
PCO Training Academy Kickoff Meeting

This is an in-person convening that will last approximately 1.5 days and will be an opportunity for all participants to hear from experts in the field and from HRSA so that everyone is working with the same set of common knowledge about PCO roles and responsibilities. The convening will include focused sessions on areas of interest and technical assistance needs among the participating PCO directors. Potential sessions for the in-person convening include presentations from HRSA staff on their role in PCOs’ work, the scope of PCO responsibilities, and federal requirements, timelines and processes for PCOs, workforce subject matter experts to discuss best and promising practices around provider training, recruitment, and retention, and how best to use the tools available to PCOs, primary care association (PCA) leaders to discuss how to form effective PCO/PCA partnerships, and subject matter experts in payment and delivery reform to discuss how PCOs can participate in their states’/territories’ healthcare transformation efforts to ensure that primary care, prevention, and workforce capacity are part of the conversation. (All Training Academy mentee participants will be expected to attend the in-person convening.) INVITATION ONLY - Meeting held at ASTHO Headquarters

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May 2019

May 6-9
SRD and CFO Annual Meetings

Invitation only. The Senior Deputies Annual Meeting provides an opportunity to strengthen relationships between state, territorial and federal partners and share programmatic priorities and best practices in public health. The Chief Financial Officers Peer Network in-person meeting provides a place for CFOs to network with their peers and non-traditional partners to build upon their skills in public health economics and financial management. Public health budgets have remained stable or even declined in recent years, even as the complexities of public health have worsened and new challenges have emerged.

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May 13-15
2019 Prevention for States and Data-Driven Prevention Initiative Recipient Meeting

This meeting is one of the few opportunities recipients have to convene and share promising practices and innovations, both of which are critical for moving programs forward. This is also an opportunity for our state program partners to engage with Injury Center and Division leadership, network with peers, and to interact with subject matter experts regarding the strategies highlighted in the Prevention for States and Data Driven Prevention Initiative cooperative agreements.

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May 13
ASTHOConnects Series on Brain Health: Ask the Experts

Engage with experts from the national and state level about specific ways to incorporate brain health, Alzheimer’s disease, and caregiving content into programs in your jurisdiction. Tools, examples, and practical tips will be provided. Speakers will be ready to answer questions you submit in advance. The information provided will move efforts toward action in your jurisdiction.

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May 15-16
2019 NAVCO Annual Meeting

Invitation only. NAVCO representatives from the states and territories will convene to discuss current vector-borne issues

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May 21-22
NARR Annual Meeting

Invitation only. NARR members and federal partners convene annually to collaborate on upcoming priorities, share lessons learned, promising practices and maintain a pulse check on the overall capability of the nation to respond to radiological incidents.

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June 2019

June 12
Lubbock Regional Opioid Workshop

The purpose of this workshop is to enhance local capacity to gather and analyze opioid and other substance use surveillance data. Attendees will receive hands-on training on ESSENCE, which uses near real-time data from emergency departments throughout Texas, and Texas Health Data, an interactive website managed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. In addition, attendees will learn how to use data to inform local public health strategies.

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June 17-18
New Health Officer Orientation

Invitation only. In collaboration with CDC, ASTHO is excited to host New Health Officer Orientation in Atlanta, GA in June 2019. This opportunity provides the foundational knowledge necessary for public health leaders to excel in their roles and highlights many of the ASTHO tools and resources available to health officials to help them be successful.

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June 19
ASTHO Leadership Institute: Communications Training

S/THO only. ASTHO will host a day of intensive communications training for all health officials. This will include breakout sessions on executive presence, working with the media and crisis communication. All members are invited to attend.

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June 20
ASTHO Board Meeting

Invitation only. ASTHO will host its quarterly board meeting in Atlanta, including meetings with key CDC leaders.

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June 20-21
State Legislative Liaisons Annual Meeting

Invitation only. The State Legislative Liaison Annual Meeting convenes state legislative liaisons to provide information, knowledge, and resources about the evaluation and application of emerging public health law and policy. The annual meeting provides an opportunity for peer sharing and work and learn from subject matter experts as well as policymakers about key public health policy issues.

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June 25
Making Dialysis Safer for Patients Coalition Meeting

Invitation only. The Making Dialysis Safer for Patients Coalition meeting is led by CDC Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion and planned by the ASTHO Emerging Infections team. The meeting brings together members, partners and stakeholders of the Coalition in a one or two-day meeting in Atlanta.

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July 2019

July 16
Arlington Regional Opioid Workshop

The purpose of this workshop is to enhance local capacity to gather and analyze opioid and other substance use surveillance data. Attendees will receive hands-on training on ESSENCE, which uses near real-time data from emergency departments throughout Texas, and Texas Health Data, an interactive website managed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. In addition, attendees will learn how to use data to inform local public health strategies.

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August 2019

August 5
Longview Regional Opioid Workshop

The purpose of this workshop is to enhance local capacity to gather and analyze opioid and other substance use surveillance data. Attendees will receive hands-on training on ESSENCE, which uses near real-time data from emergency departments throughout Texas, and Texas Health Data, an interactive website managed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. In addition, attendees will learn how to use data to inform local public health strategies.

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August 7
Houston Regional Opioid Workshop

The purpose of this workshop is to enhance local capacity to gather and analyze opioid and other substance use surveillance data. Attendees will receive hands-on training on ESSENCE, which uses near real-time data from emergency departments throughout Texas, and Texas Health Data, an interactive website managed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. In addition, attendees will learn how to use data to inform local public health strategies.

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September 2019

September 23-25
ASTHO 2019 Annual Meeting

ASTHO's largest meeting of the year will occur at the Hyatt Regency in Bethesda, MD. Mark your calendar in anticipation of this valuable meeting.

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