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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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April 8
A Tool for Transforming Point of Dispensing Plans into Community Reception Center Plans for Radiation Emergencies

In this ASTHOConnects webinar, presenters from the CDC Division of State and Local Readiness will discuss a recently released Tool for Transforming Point of Dispensing Plans into Community Reception Center Plans for Radiation Emergencies. The speakers will also highlight an upcoming virtual exercise series based on the new tool to help state and local jurisdictions strengthen their community reception center plans.

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April 3-4
Public Health Systems Improvement In-Person Cohort Meeting and Training at ASTHO

Invitation only. Two-day national meeting to engage in peer to peer learning and receive hands on support for accreditation maintenance and sustainability and quality improvement projects. The objective in the Strong Systems Stronger Communities Workplan is 1 in-person meeting of up to 9 states and 4 territories.

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March 2019

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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March 20
Cross-Agency Approaches to Preventing and Treating Substance Use Disorders

This webinar will share insights from state officials to address the needs of people living with or at risk of developing substance use disorder (SUD) and feature state examples of successful partnerships in action.

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March 14-15
Joint EHPC/IDPC Food Safety Meeting

Invitation only. Members of the EHPC and the IDPC will convene to discuss current food safety issues.

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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 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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