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January 2020

January 21
ASTHOConnects: Telehealth Approaches for Treating SUD in Maternal and Child Populations

Join ASTHO for a live virtual event on the use of telehealth to improve access to substance use disorder treatment in maternal and child populations. This three-part presentation will increase attendees’ knowledge of telehealth continuity of care and will focus on the four modalities of telehealth and how they can be leveraged to improve care. Telehealth and behavioral health experts will present on how they have used telehealth in their organizations for provider workforce development and to improve health outcomes for maternal and child populations.

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February 2020

February 24-28
ASTHO Washington Week

This event will feature training and leadership development opportunities, meetings with Congressional and Administration Members and their staff, the quarterly Board of Directors meeting and ancillary meetings.

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May 2020

May 18-19
CDC’s New Health Officer Orientation

Invitation only. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will offer its annual orientation for new health officers May 18-19 in Atlanta, GA. All invitations and logistics will be handled by CDC’s Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support.

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May 20-22
National Health Equity Leadership Summit

The Summit will bring together national, state, local and tribal leaders to discuss innovative ideas, share promising practices, and learn from experts in the field about the latest solutions to advance health equity by Building Healthy and Resilient Communities.

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May 20
Strategic Communications Workshop (ASTHO Executive Leadership)

ASTHO will host an intensive communications training for all health officials, those attending the CDC New Health Officer Orientation and the ASTHO Board of Directors. This interactive session will build on previous communications training and focus on how to craft messages for difficult public health issues. All members are invited to attend.

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