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Don’t Miss the Public Health Law Practitioners Convening

Please join us for the inaugural Public Health Law Practitioners Convening! It will be the first practice-focused gathering of its kind. New and experienced practitioners will have the opportunity to learn practical public health law and policy skills, and network with colleagues from state, tribal, local, and territorial health departments.

The event was created for both new and experienced practitioners with the goal of expanding the use of law and policy as tools to advance public health. Engage with us and future colleagues, share ideas, and gain new skills that can help you improve the public’s health through law and policy.

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Join your colleagues from across nation for what it is sure to be an exciting and interactive convening! We have an exciting line-up of speakers, including:

E. Oscar Alleyne, The MITRE Corporation
John Auerbach
, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Cynthia Baur, University of Maryland
Kathy Ko Chin, Jasper Inclusion Advisors
Abigail Echo-Hawk, Seattle Indian Health Board & Urban Indian Health Institute
Sarah de Guia, ChangeLab Solutions
Dawn Hunter, Network for Public Health Law
Andrew Imparato, Disability Rights California
Dayna Bowen Matthew, George Washington University Law School
Montrece Ransom, National Network of Public Health Institutes
Ruqaiijah Yearby, St. Louis University School of Law & Institute for Healing Justice and Equity

THE COUNTDOWN IS ON

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Learn more about the
theme, tracks and topics that
will be covered during the convening. 

Working Schedule

We have a great agenda planned with a range of topics related to public health law and policy. Learn more about our schedule.

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Health & Safety

The health and safety of participants is our highest priority. As such, proof of full COVID-19 vaccination will be required for all in-person attendees. All in-person participants will also be required to wear a mask, except while actively eating and drinking. As public health guidance continues to evolve, NACCHO will base its on-site protocols on the latest CDC and local public health guidelines to ensure a safe environment. To view additional details about meeting safety policies, please visit the Meeting Safety page.