The September 19 – 21 conference at Penn State University, “Persistent and Emerging Issues in Population Health Science,” will explore some of the most challenging population health topics and feature prominent scholars in the field. Sessions will shed light on a range of topics, including:
- Inequality, violence and the criminal justice system
- Patterns underlying risk, environmental justice and environmental emergencies
- Ending Racism in America: Agendas from and for Science
Susan Dentzer, renowned journalist & President and Chief Executive Officer, The Network for Excellence in Health Innovation, will deliver the keynote address, “Evidence and Action: Turning Population Health Science into Population Health Improvement.” Panels will also feature funding opportunities in population health science, professional development opportunities for junior scholars, along with a range of other important topics. The full agenda is available here. Don’t miss this opportunity to network with colleagues, learn more about cutting edge population health science, meet with funders, and grow the field of population health science. Register today. The meeting is free and open to the public, but registration is required. Hotel rooms are available at a reduced rate for meeting attendees until August 3rd.
Join us for this important meeting!