The American Public Health Association (APHA) is hosting a midyear meeting June 26 – 28, in Charlotte, North Carolina. This year’s theme is “The New Public Health – Rewiring for the Future,” and will engage attendees with a number public health tools for updating and “rewiring” public health infrastructure. The goal of this year’s meeting will be to address important issues in public health of late, such as budget issues, primary care, policy, technology, and much more.
Michael Meit, NORC Co-Director for the Walsh Center for Rural Health and Analysis, will be in attendance. Don’t miss his presentation, “Rural public health inequities
,” part of the “Achieving health equity: Solutions from the field” session on June 26.
For more information, or to register, visit the APHA site