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July 2021

July 15
Developing a Roadmap for Public Health Informatics and Data

The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials is convening a webinar to feature the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands adoption and implementation of a roadmap for data and informatics strategy. The roadmap includes strategic plan content, examples, and guided templates for health agencies to consider and use in their development of an informatics strategic plan.

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July 12
Designing HIV Systems for the Margins

This webinar will provide an opportunity to learn about approaches and promising practices for addressing disparities in HIV care. It will feature a presentation about a model, Design for the Margins, for designing HIV systems through a health equity lens. It will also feature presentations about efforts to apply principles from this model in HIV programs to reach populations that are currently out of care.

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May 2021

May 27
The Public Health Workforce: Immediate Needs and Long-Term Strategies

Join public health leaders at all levels of government for a discussion on this critical inflection point for the Public Health Workforce. Discussions will cover the evolving impacts of COVID-19 on government priorities, how the public health workforce has evolved in the last year, and how state and local agencies can continue to achieve their missions in a post-pandemic world.

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May 19
Expanding Public Health Capacity Through Innovative Staff Solutions: Stories from States

The United States COVID-19 response has tested the capacity of our governmental public health system, including our workforce of highly dedicated public health professionals. Urgent efforts to scale up the human resources required to respond to COVID-19 required creativity, innovation, and flexibility. This webinar will explore staffing models and strategies that ASTHO, state health agencies, and their partners used to support state and territorial COVID-19 response activities with an eye toward future efforts to expand the governmental public health workforce.

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May 13
Preparing for the Next Pandemic: The Right EDSS Technology

This webinar discusses how technology can play an integral role in disease surveillance and outbreak response. Hear firsthand how California, Wisconsin, the City of Los Angeles, and others were able to quickly adjust their data forms and processes to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak using their current technology, and walk through the must-do's when considering technology solutions so you can prepare for the next pandemic.

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April 2021

April 21
Health Equity Summit: Prioritizing Equity in Public Health Virtual Meeting

This half-day virtual meeting will provide a forum for state and territorial health practitioners to learn about emergent public health issues and apply evidence-based and promising practices to address structural racism and reduce racial and ethnic disparities.

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April 12
Tackling Inequities in Digital Care

The rapid expansion of telehealth during the COVID-19 response has spotlighted the challenges of digital access for populations who have been marginalized. The digital divide will continue to exacerbate inequities. This webinar will spotlight innovative interventions that improve digital equity and potentially lower health disparities.

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March 2021

March 31
COVID-19 TechXpo

Join ASTHO for the first national convening of state and territorial health officials with local and federal partners focusing specifically on the use of technology to support the COVID-19 response. Plenary sessions will highlight thought leadership and practical tools developed to support case reporting and surveillance, laboratory testing and reporting, contact tracing and case investigation, and the various ways technology can support this historic national COVID-19 vaccination campaign.

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