American Public Health Association (APHA)
Prevention Institute (PI)
Public Health Institute (PHI)
Trust for America's Health (TFAH)
A panel discussion and Q&A session on advocacy opportunities to advance prevention, equity and public health
2017 brings new opportunities and challenges to strengthen prevention and population health. Now, more than ever, public health and partners across multiple sectors must work together to educate policymakers to ensure greater awareness of the importance of investing in prevention and public health. Please join American Public Health Association, Prevention Institute, Public Health Institute, and Trust for America's Health for a Dialogue4Health Web Forum featuring a panel discussion highlighting advocacy opportunities to advance prevention, equity and public health with the new Administration and Congress. The Web Forum will also include strategies to ensure robust communications are provided to key audiences including policymakers and a Q&A session with the panelists.
This Web Forum will provide valuable information for those working in sectors such as Public Health, Advocacy, Education, Business, Community-based Organizations, Education, Faith-based Organizations, Hospitals/Health Systems, Insurers, Housing, and Hunger.
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Donald Hoppert, Director of Government Relations, American Public Health Association
Sana Chehimi, MPH, Director, Prevention Institute
Nora Connors, MPH, Deputy Director of Policy and Partnerships, Public Health Institute
Becky Salay, Director, Government Relations, Trust for America’s Health
Matthew Marsom, Vice President, Public Policy and Programs, Public Health Institute
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