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Public Health Resiliency: Navigating Through a Pandemic & Preparing for the Future

  • 15 Oct 2020
  • 18 Nov 2020
  • 5 sessions
  • 15 Oct 2020, 12:00 PM 1:00 PM (EDT)
  • 21 Oct 2020, 12:00 PM 1:00 PM (EDT)
  • 05 Nov 2020, 12:00 PM 1:00 PM (EST)
  • 10 Nov 2020, 12:00 PM 1:00 PM (EST)
  • 18 Nov 2020, 12:00 PM 1:00 PM (EST)
  • Online

Registration

  • NYSACHO members may register at the discounted member rate. Please ask NYSACHO (Patterson@nysacho.org) for the registration code.

    Includes 5 CEUs for CHES or CPH
  • Includes all 5 sessions! Current NYSPHA members may register at the discounted member rate. Not a member or unsure if you are current? Join now or login to check your status. You may also email info@nyspha.org for assistance.

    Includes 5 CEUs for CHES or CPH
  • All 5 sessions for those who are not current members. (Join today to register at the discounted rate!)

    Includes 5 CEUs for CHES or CPH
  • October 15, 2020
    12-1 PM

    LHD speakers panel with moderator NYSPHA President, Susan Franko
    Dr. Patti Ruppert, Rockland County
    Dr. Larry Eisenstein, Nassau County
    Dr. Indu Gupta, Onondaga County
    Dr. Kevin Watkins, Cattaraugus County

    Includes 1 CEU for CHES or CPH
  • Wednesday, October 21 12-1 PM EST

    Rapid responses- 15 minutes each plus 5 minutes Q & A

    Emergency Preparedness - What we Learned/Need to Prepare
    Jared Shapiro DrPH(c), PhD(c), MPH,
    Senior Director
Environmental Health and Safety
Montefiore Health System

    Pharma - Vaccine update; supply chain; diversity in trials
    Theresa R. Devins, DrPH
    Vaccine expert

    Health communications- how general public can understand and relate to information; trust of information


    Includes 1 CEU for CHES or CPH
  • Thursday, November 5 12-1 PM EST

    Douglas L. York, Ph.D.
    Chief Executive Officer
    Union Community Health Center

    Steve Hanks, MD
    Chief Clinical Officer
    St. Peter’s Health Partners

    Includes 1 CEU for CHES or CPH
  • Tuesday, November 10 12-1 PM EST

    Margaret Morse, LMSW, Seneca County Director of Community Services

    Terri Morse, LMHC, CASAC-Master, Essex County Director of Community Services

    Michael Orth, Commissioner, Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health

    Includes 1 CEU for CHES or CPH
  • Wednesday, November 18 12-1 PM EST

    Includes 1 CEU for CHES or CPH
  • Sponsor a complimentary lunch for the first 100 attendees in a session. Sponsor will be publicly recognized and given the opportunity to share their company information with attendees. Attendees will receive a gift card to purchase lunch for the event.
  • Provide a scholarship for a full-time public health student to attend this series at no cost. Sponsors will be publicly recognized.
  • Includes sponsoring for options 1 and 2
  • Personalized company e-blast to attendees of all sessions at discount rate of $100 (must be a sponsor of a session to add this on)
  • Student members of this university/college may use the code provided by their faculty advisor to register for free for this workshop series.
  • Student members of this university/college may use the code provided by their faculty advisor to register for free for this workshop series.
  • Student members of this university/college may use the code provided by their faculty advisor to register for free for this workshop series.
  • Student members of this university/college may use the code provided by their faculty advisor to register for free for this workshop series.
  • Student members of this university/college may use the code provided by their faculty advisor to register for free for this workshop series.

Registration is closed

The New York State Public Health Association and the New York State Association of County Health Officials are pleased to bring you the 2020 Fall Lunchtime Workshop Series on Public Health Resiliency. 

This workshop series will be held entirely online so you can participate from the comfort of your home or office during this time of limited travel and safety precautions. We invite you to participate in all 5 sessions or select those of most interest. 

This series will highlight the work that has been done in New York State since the COVID-19 pandemic started. What have we learned? What are the best practices and what can we do when a crisis hits in the future? Public health is resilient and our experts share how. 

About our registration cost:

We would like to continue to provide you with important content from practitioners, those in local health departments on the front lines every day and different experts in their fields. Please support us through this program or make an additional contribution. We value all the contributions you make to sustain this community, whether through money, time or ideas.

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