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October 2021

October 20
Leading in Public Health: COVID-19 and PTSD in the Workforce

Sebastian Junger, award-winning journalist, director, and best-selling author of The Perfect Storm and TRIBE will engage the audience in an emotionally compelling and vivid portrait of the impact of post-traumatic stress.

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September 2021

September 27
APPLETREE COVID-19 Supplemental Project Presentations Part 2

Join ASTHO for part two of the two-part webinar series, APPLETREE COVID-19 Supplemental Project Presentations. This session will feature presentations from project staff at the Virginia Department of Health and Indiana Department of Health. An audience Q&A will follow the presentations.

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September 9
Two Decades After 9/11: What We’ve Learned About Public Heal

September 11, 2001, significant strides in advancing local, state, and national public health preparedness and emergency response capabilities have been made. Join us on Sept. 9, 2021 as we share perspectives on these advances, including legislation, planning, and recovery.

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September 2
The Way Forward: Sustaining and Amplifying Tobacco Cessation

With FDA moving forward to ban menthol cigarettes and all flavors in cigars, now is an opportune time to strategize on smoking cessation through coordinated partnership. ASTHO will host a panel of experts to discuss opportunities and strategies for framing cessation messages in the wake of the menthol ban, the importance of integrating cessation strategies into behavioral health and substance misuse treatment facilities, and alternative stress coping mechanisms for individuals looking to quit smoking.

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August 2021

August 30
Breaking Down Barriers: Advancing Health Equity in HIV Care

In Part Two of ASTHO’s HIV Webinar Series, we will focus on designing HIV systems that meet the needs of our most vulnerable populations. This webinar will teach you about some of the unique barriers populations face in receiving HIV care. We will highlight local efforts designed to address these barriers and improve retention in HIV care among marginalized communities.

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August 23
CRC SimPLER A Practice Workshop

CDC has announced the release of CRC SimPLER, a free, publicly available, online tool to help state and local emergency and public health planners prepare for setting up community reception centers to monitor people following a large-scale radiation emergency. This workshop will begin by introducing the basics of CRC SimPLER and then give participants the chance to explore new features of the tool themselves

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August 18
Insights and Inspiration: Leading Through Uncertainty

Lt. Gen. Nadja West (retired) will share her story of grit, perseverance, strength, and breaking boundaries in the face of adversity.

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August 18
Environmental Public Health Tracking Workshop: Part 1

This invite-only two-part ASTHO-led workshop will convene state and territorial health agency (S/THA) staff and subject matter experts to discuss strategies and opportunities to build and expand state and territorial environmental public health tracking capacity.

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