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Public Health Impact of Legalizing Cannabis

  • 17 Oct 2019
  • 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Hilton Westchester

Registration

  • Exhibitor table with 1 event ticket
    (for additional event tickets, please add guest(s) on registration form.)
  • Exhibitor table with 1 event ticket
    (for additional event tickets, please add guest(s) on registration form.)
  • If you are not a current NYSPHA member, consider joining now to register at the member rate!
  • NYSPHA members may register at the reduced rate. Please login to your account to access this rate. Membership must remain active though October 17th.
  • Includes name on materials, exhibitor table, Logo on website/emails, 1 ticket to event, acknowledgment at event
  • Includes name on materials, exhibitor table, Logo on website/emails, product on tables, 3 tickets to event, acknowledgment at event, attendee list.
  • Exclusive event sponsor! Name on materials, exhibitor table, Logo on website/emails, 5 minute welcome, product on tables, 5 tickets to event, prominent signage at event, attendee list
  • Includes name on materials, exhibitor table, Logo on website/emails, 2 tickets to event, acknowledgment at event, attendee list
  • This rate is available for students up to the age of 25. Please upload a copy of your student ID when registering.

Register today for the fall workshop! Space is limited! Registrations may be cancelled up to 7 days before the event.
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You are invited to join the New York State Public Health Association and the New York State Association of County Health Officials for the “Public Health Impact of Legalizing Cannabis.” Program content will address implications for public health, cannabis policy and health equity resulting from a legalized program. As New York State considers the passage of policy to establish an adult-use cannabis program, it is imperative that public health stakeholders unite to prepare for potential implications and learn about policy, regulatory and governance aspects related to legalization.

Hear from nationally recognized presenters and subject matter experts in partnership with your colleagues in the public health sector. Throughout this event, there will be plenty of built in time for networking with professionals representing: local health departments; academia; clinical care settings; community-based organizations and others who value the health and safety of communities in New York.

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