Each fall, the Institute for Public Health at Washington University in St. Louis hosts a popular and informative annual conference.
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THE 2019 iNSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD oCT. 30, 2019 on the MEDICAL SCHOOL CAMPUS, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS
The conference features an introduction by the university chancellor and Institute for Public Health Director, William G. Powderly, MD regarding the latest institute news and findings and, public health issues and advocacy.
The audience participates in panel discussions with the invited speakers followed by poster presentations which are judged and prizes awarded. Attendees also have the opportunity to network with speakers and panelists, poster presenters, and fellow students or colleagues.
Past conference topics have included: action toward health equity, evidence-based public health, mental health and obesity as a core public health issues, and other timely topics.
The annual conference is free and open to the public on the Medical School campus at Washington University in St. Louis. Free parking is also provided.
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