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September 20-21
ASTHO Annual Meeting and 75th Anniversary Celebration

Come celebrate the 75th Anniversary of ASTHO and the achievements of state public health at our annual meeting Sept. 20-21, 2017 at the Capital Hilton in Washington, D.C.

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March 2017

March 23
Leading Health Indicators, Hosted by ODPHP

Join ODPHP to learn about progress made toward achieving the Healthy People 2020 Mental Health Leading Health Indicators. The webinar will also feature discussion on how one community organization is implementing the Sources of Strength Program to prevent suicide among youth.

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March 22
ASTHO 75th Anniversary National Symposium

As ASTHO celebrates 75 years supporting state and territorial public health agencies, an important part of our past and our future is developing consensus on difficult public health issues. Join ASTHO alumni and affiliate members for this in-person or virtual symposium discussion on developing nonpartisan, consensus-driven approaches to improving public health. Using topics such as climate change, firearm safety, and reproductive health, panelists will explore effective ways to promote health and prevent disease while also addressing controversy, conflict, and disagreement.

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March 21
PRC/Public Health Partnerships Improve Access to Nutrition

ASTHO, with support from the CDC, will host the second webinar from the Prevention Research Centers (PRCs) Webinar Series. This webinar will highlight how PRC and public health partnerships are reducing health disparities by implementing nutrition policies and programs that increase access to healthy food in low-socioeconomic communities.

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March 20
The Interface of Public Health and Healthcare

This webinar, hosted by Region IV Public Health Training Center of The Public Health Learning Network, will introduce the audience to the national dialogue about public health and healthcare system integration.

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March 16
LARC and OPA Contraceptive Care Measures, Hosted by ACOG

This webinar will review the Contraceptive Care Measures and highlight ways providers can implement them to improve family planning care in their practice.

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March 16
Expanding Contraceptive Access with State-based Approaches

The ASTHO Family and Child Health and State Health Policy Teams are co-hosting a webinar with The Network for Public Health Law. The webinar will discuss Expanding Contraceptive Access: Developing and Implementing State-based Approaches, looking at existing state laws and regulations impacting contraceptive access. Presentations from the Mississippi Department of Health and the Oregon Health Authority will discuss existing state laws and regulations that impact contraceptive access and highlight innovative strategies and programs in state health departments that ensure target populations have access to the full range of reproductive health services.

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March 14
Integration Forum All Partner Call

Changes to the ACA have the potential to impact community health needs assessment and community benefits for hospitals. The Integration Forum will explore state strategies for maintaining public health involvement in community benefits and community health needs assessments. The call will also highlight Massachusetts’ Determination of Need (DON) Program, which was recently restructured to align with the goals of improving access, quality and cost control, which can serve as a model for other states considering changes to or elimination of their DON/CON programs.

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March 8
National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan, Hosted by HHS

This National Viral Hepatitis Action Plan is the nation’s roadmap for addressing viral hepatitis in the United States. Everyone has a role to play in the battle against viral hepatitis. Register now for the webinar on March 8th and learn more about the critical role(s) of various partners and how you can become a part of our national response to hepatitis B and hepatitis C.

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