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Public Health and Healthcare: Building on Our Past, Evolving for the Future

The 2014 CPHA Annual Conference is entitled “Public Health and Healthcare: Building on Our Past, Evolving for the Future” and will be held on Friday, October 17, 2014 at 8:00AM to 4:00PM at the CoCo Key Conference Center in Waterbury, CT.

Conference Objectives:

  • Describe three effective community methods using traditional and innovative techniques.
  • Demonstrate practitioners’ skills in population-based interventions, business analytics, and integration of evidence based practice.
  • Distinguish three ways public health vs. the healthcare system influences health outcomes, e.g., policy development, chronic disease management, community transformation, and outbreak investigation.
  • Participate in networking, dialogues, and the exchange of ideas between members of the public health community.

Click here for the conference flyer

We are also pleased to announce that Dr. Jose Montero, Director of the Division of Public Health Services, New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, & Past-President (2012-13) ASTHO, will be our keynote speaker!

The CPHA Program Planning Committee meets every two weeks on Thursdays from 12:00pm-1:30pm. Current committee members bring a variety of public health experiences and perspectives. Committee members include: Joan Achiem, Michele Kelvey-Albert, Anjuli Bodyk, Frances Dixon, Ingrid Kania, Pamela Kilbey-Fox, Linda Mako, Jonathan Noel, Julie Risinit, Cyndi Stern, Sandy Gil, Raja Staggers-Hakimand, and Barbara Dingfelder – Chair.

If you are interested in joining the Committee and assisting with the conference preparations, please contact Barbara Dingfelder via e-mail: Stay tuned for information regarding the conference speakers and the various sessions. 

Click here to view photos from last years conference.

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