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April 2018

April 23
PHAB Domain 6 Webinar Series: Introduction to Public Health Laws for PHAB Accreditation

The first webinar in a three-part series, Introduction to Public Health Laws for Public Health Accreditation, provides attendees a high-level overview of PHAB Domain 6, Enforce Public Health Laws, an introduction to public health laws, including statutes, regulations, MOUs and more. Robin Wilcox from PHAB provides an introduction to Domain 6 and tips on meeting PHAB’s requirements. Matthew Penn from CDC’s Public Health Law Program discusses the Five Essential Public Health Law Services and legal solutions for states. To conclude the webinar, staff from the Utah Department of Health share their Domain 6 journey, including the roles and responsibilities of key health agency staff and others involved.

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April 10
Conversation and Cup of Joe: Addressing E-Cigarette Use in Schools

This follow-up Conversation and Cup of Joe virtual coffee chat provides a platform for discussing how to address the rise of e-cigarette use among youth, featuring examples from public health and pharmacy partners in Rhode Island. Speakers share challenges and successes of addressing e-cigarette use in schools and respond to audience questions.

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April 4
Montana Public Health Leaders Reflect on the 1918 Influenza Pandemic

The Montana Public Health Leaders Reflect on the 1918 Influenza Pandemic webcast features Montana’s state medical officer, Greg Holzman, and Todd Harwell, administrator for the public health and safety division at the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. They share research and reflections on the pandemic’s impact.

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April 3
ASTHO’s Public Health Advocacy Update and the 22 by 22 Campaign

ASTHO’s Public Health Advocacy Update and the 22 by 22 Campaign national webcast discusses advocacy strategies for promoting governmental public health and discuss the state of play in terms of congressional support for public health programs and policies. The webcast also features a new “22 by 22” campaign to increase funding for CDC and garner additional support for public health on Capitol Hill. Speakers include ASTHO Executive Director Michael Fraser and members of ASTHO’s government affairs team.

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April 2
Ask the Experts: The Intersection of Tobacco and Opioids

The Ask the Experts: The Intersection of Tobacco and Opioids webcast features a virtual panel discussion moderated by ASTHO President, John Wiesman, exploring how opioid prevention efforts and tobacco use control intersect and the bi-directional relationship between these addictions with behavioral health and chronic disease.

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March 2018

March 1
Ask the Experts: Preventing Childhood Obesity

The Ask the Experts: Preventing Childhood Obesity webinar features expert panelists who will lead a dialogue on policies, evidence-based programs, and key partnerships for successful childhood obesity prevention initiatives. Upon registration participants will have the opportunity to submit up to two questions for the expert panel.

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February 2018

February 20
Integrating Health Equity into Funding Opportunity Announcements

The Integrating Health Equity into Funding Opportunity Announcements webinar, hosted by ASTHO, with support from the HHS Office of Minority Health, is for public health professionals involved in programming to advance health equity or in the grant-making process.

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February 10-13
AMCHP 2018 Annual Meeting

The 2018 Annual Conference of the Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs (AMCHP) offers the perfect opportunity to connect with more than 800 maternal and child health leaders, practitioners, researchers, and advocates, including keynote speaker Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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