PHATalks - Public Health Advocacy Talks - April 5, 2017 12:00 - 1:30pm MT

 

 

In-person registration is now closed. Can still register for the Livestream (details below). 

Registration for the in-person portion for this event is now closed. The first 20 walk-ins are welcome to attend in person, however lunch will not be provided. In-person Address: Anschutz Campus - 13070 E 19th Ave 80045  Building: Education 1, Rm P26-1400

About

The PHATalks - Public Health Advocacy Talks, encompass 90 minutes of short, 10 minute talks on various public health topics. Sponsored by the Colorado Public Health Association, The Colorado Health Foundation and the Colorado School of Public Health's Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center. This event is open to students. 

Registration Instructions 

Please read carefully. There are 2 options to register: 

Attending In-Person - Closed  

Participate via Livestream 

1) Register here (registration will open in separate tab).

 

Details 

Date: Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Time: 12:00 - 1:30 pm MT

Location: Online and In-person

In-person Address: Anschutz Campus - 13070 E 19th Ave 80045  Building: Education 1, Rm P26-1400

  • Seating: Limited to the first 70 attendees. 

  • Campus Map: Click here to view a campus map. Visitor lots are marked pink.  

  • Parking: If you are attending in person, allow yourself an additonal 15 minutes to park, pay for parking and locate the building.

Agenda

PHATalk

Time

PHATalk Topic

Speaker:

Organization:

 

11:30-12:00

Grab box lunch and find a seat

12:00-12:10

Opening Remarks

#1

12:10-12:20

The Root Causes of Health Disparities: Public Health Leading the Way

Joe Sammen, MPH

Center for Health Progress

#2

12:20-12:30

Climate Changes Health

Elizabeth Babcock, MA

Denver County Environmental Health

#3

12:30-12:40

Explaining Public Health to Unfamiliar Audiences

 

Tista Ghosh, MD, MPH

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

#4

12:40-12:50

Rural Public Health

Rick Miklich, MPA

Fremont County Public Health

#5

12:50-1:00

Using Data to Tell Your Public Health Story

Sara Schmitt, MA

 

Colorado Health Institute

#6

1:00-1:10

Public Health Nursing Leading Systems Change

Alix Hopkins, RN, MPH

Tri-County Health Department

#7

1:10-1:20

Mental Health is Public Health

Brian Turner, MPH

Colorado Behavioral Health Council

#7

1:20-1:30

Community Engagement From The Bottom Up

Sarah Lampe, MPH

Colorado Foundation for Public Health and Environment

 

1:30-1:45

Q&A/Panel Discussion and Closing Remarks