Thank You for Joining Us
ASPPH wishes to thank all of the moderators and presenters for sharing their insights and expertise and all of the attendees for their active participation at the Annual Meeting. We are grateful to work with such a wonderful community and look forward to our 2024 event, dates and details will be announced soon.
Our Annual Meeting convened academic public health leaders, faculty, students, and members of the public health community from around the world to engage in discussions and share new strategies and tools to strengthen education, practice, and research in public health. The timely and relevant sessions facilitated important discussions that contribute to our shared mission of creating a healthier world.
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Annual Meeting Stories
Check out some of the incredible testimonials from attendees
Stephen D. Brookfield, PhD
Antioch University (Wednesday Opening Plenary)
Sacoby Wilson, PhD, MS
University of Maryland School of Public Health (Thursday Plenary)
Author - The Coming Plague (Friday Morning Plenary)
John P. Moore, PhD, MA
Weill Cornell Medical College (Friday Morning Plenary)
John Beard, MBBS, PhD
Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center (Friday Closing Plenary)
Victor J. Dzau, MD
National Academy of Medicine (Friday Closing Plenary)
Linda P. Fried, MD, MPH
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health (Friday Closing Plenary)
Michele J. Grimm, PhD
University at Albany College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (Friday Closing Plenary)
Skill Building Workshops
On Wednesday, March 15, before the official start of the Annual Meeting, we offered three skill building workshops.
BUILDING TRUST: EMPATHIC APPROACHES TO EFFECTIVE SCIENCE COMMUNICATION
This interactive professional development program, led by Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, will provide participants with guided opportunities to practice and apply new and/or improved strategies to craft and deliver clear, impactful, science-based communication. Alda-certified instructors will work participants to develop and adapt audience-specific messages using the Center’s proprietary tools and techniques.
FROM DATA TO TA-DA! COMMUNICATING INSTITUTIONAL INSIGHT WITH DATA, VISUALIZATION, AND NARRATIVE
Merging theory and practice, participants learn how to design high-impact data visualizations. Building on this new-found skill, attendees begin writing their narrative using storyboarding and other techniques to explain data insights and engage audiences. When the essential elements of data, visuals, and narrative are combined, your data story can drive evidence-based decision-making.
WELLNESS, EQUITY, AND TRAUMA INFORMED PEDAGOGY
This workshop, led by scholar-activist Dr. Della Mosley, is designed to provide a critical lens and the skills necessary to operationalize wellness and liberation and disrupt spaces that continue to create oppression, marginalization, and trauma for faculty, students, and staff at our institutions. Dr. Mosely utilizes her expertise and training in advancing radical healing and hope to create open and healthy spaces for all people.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS AND EXHIBITORS
ASPPH is grateful for the generous support of our sponsors and exhibitors at our 2023 Annual Meeting.
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Each year at our Annual Meeting, we recognize individuals who exhibit excellence in public health teaching, research, practice, community service, mentorship, and student services.
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