Reaching Consensus on Public Health Challenges: Climate Change, Reproductive Health, and Firearm Safety
As ASTHO celebrates 75 years supporting state and territorial public health agencies, an important part of our past and our future is developing consensus on difficult public health issues. Join ASTHO alumni and affiliate members for this in-person or virtual symposium discussion on developing nonpartisan, consensus-driven approaches to improving public health. Using topics such as climate change, firearm safety, and reproductive health, panelists will explore effective ways to promote health and prevent disease while also addressing controversy, conflict, and disagreement.
This event requires pre-registration. Click the registration link above to register as a virtual participant. If you’d like to attend in-person at ASTHO’s headquarters in Arlington, VA, please contact ASTHO’s executive office (firstname.lastname@example.org) as seating is limited.
- Michael R. Fraser PhD, MSMSL, CAE, FCPP, executive director of ASTHO
- Georges Benjamin, MD, executive director of the American Public Health Association, and ASTHO Alumni Society Member
- Clare Coleman, president and chief executive officer of the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association
- Karen Remley, MD, MBA, MPH, FAAP, executive director and chief executive officer of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and ASTHO Alumni Society Member