Webinars, events, trainings

March 2023

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Ongoing

WHO has regularly updated courses on infodemic management 

One-time events 

Thriving and Healthy Kids: We All Have a Role to Play in Promoting Positive Childhood Experiences (CDC): Apr. 23, 1pm ET 

Engaging Communities in Setting Priorities for Health: Disseminating a Successful Method (Systems for Action): May 1, 12pm ET 

Comms Crash Course: Developing and Producing Videos to Expand Public Health Messaging (Public Health Communications Collaborative): May 1, 12pm ET  

Local Action, Life-Saving Impact: Utilizing Opioid Settlement Funds for Overdose Prevention Public Health Campaigns and Promotions (NACCHO): May 1, 2pm ET 

Recognizing and Honoring Indigenous Knowledge for Injury Violence Prevention – A Paradigm Shift for Policy, Research and Decision-Making (Safe States Alliance): May 9, 12pm ET  

National Tribal Health Conference (National Indian Health Board): May 20 – 23, South Dakota 

2024 Annual Conference: Building Pathways to Improve Public Health (National Network of Public Health Institutes): May 21–23 (New Orleans) 

SYNC2024, the Tenth Annual Conference for HIV, HCV, STIs, Harm Reduction and LGBTQ+ Health (HealthHIV, HealthHCV, and the National Coalition for LGBTQ Health): May 29–31 (Washington, DC)

CSTE Annual Conference: June 9–13, Pittsburgh. Early bird registration deadline: May 2. (Also see the pre-conference workshop on Infectious Disease Forecasting, June 9)

Policy Action Institute (APHA): June 17–18, (Washington, D.C. and online) 

NACCHO360 Annual Conference: July 23-26, Detroit. Early registration ends April 30.  

2024 Public Health Law Summit: Taking Action on Maternal and Reproductive Health (Network for Public Health Law): Sept. 23 – 25, Washington, D.C.  

APHA 2024 Annual Meeting and Expo (APHA): Oct. 27–30, Minneapolis  

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