Schedule at a Glance

Working Schedule at a Glance

 

Wednesday, August 17: Day 1

 

 

 

Welcome & Opening

 

Workshop: Ready, set practice – Leveraging legal epidemiology to promote health equity

 

Workshop: Equitable policy development

 

Presentation: Public Safety & Public Health Coordination for Infectious Disease Response

 

Networking Event

Thursday, August 18: Day 2

 

 

 

Plenary: Belonging in public health, how equity and public health law are integral to public health law practice

 

 

 

 

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Learn

 

The 14th Amendment and Public Health Practice

 

Lead

Administrative Law and Equitable Enforcement

 

 

Challenges of Enforcing Public Health Law

 

Leverage

Improving Relationships through Data Partnerships: Creation of Tribal Joint Powers Agreements for Sharing Infectious Disease Data in the State of Minnesota

 

 Plenary: Health Equity and Research in Practice

 

 

 

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

 Learn

Racial Equity Impact Assessment for Gun Violence Prevention

 

Lead

Liability Protection for Public Health Workers, Volunteers and Community Partners in an Emergency Response

 

Leverage

Trends and Talking Points on Shifts in Public Health Authority

 

 

Plenary: Rebuilding after COVID-19; addressing systemic issues with practical examples involving law and policy


Friday, August 19: Day 3

 

 

 Plenary: Rebuilding trust in public health and the role that lawyers can play

 

 

 

LISTENING SESSION & LUNCH

Join a facilitated discussion to process the weight of COVID-19 and ways to move forward as a public health practitioner. There will be space to participate in a small group and individually.

 

 

 

LIGHTNING TALKS

Session 1

Legal Challenges and Pathways for Protecting K-12 Students from COVID-19

 

Importance of Immunization Information Systems in Enabling a Robust Vaccination Ecosystem

 

Impact of State-Issued Vaccine Mandates on Rates of Vaccine Administration in 12 States and the District of Columbia, July 26 – December 31, 2021

 

 

 

Session 2

Maternal Child Health Policy Considerations During Public Health Emergencies

Why Population Legal Needs Assessments are Essential to Medical-Legal Partnerships as a Tool for Public Health & Justice

 

Law, Policy, and Equity in Public Health Practice and the Perceived Barriers to Health Care Access and Delivery Among Underserved Populations

 

 

BREAKOUT SESSIONS


Learn


An Update to the Social Distancing Law Project: A Tool for Assessing Legal Preparedness for Emergencies

 

Lead

 

Public Health Authority: Education and Resources for All Branches of Government

 

 

 

CLOSING REMARKS