Yearly Archives: 2018

The 2018 PHI Conference: Advancing a Call to Action

It’s been nearly two years since NACCHO’s multi-article supplement, “Public Health Informatics: A Call to Action,” was featured in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. Since then, it’s only become clearer that to effectively serve communities in today’s

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2018 PHI Conference: Sneak Peek at Plenary and Town Hall Sessions

With the plenary and town hall sessions set, we’re pleased to introduce you to the diverse set of plenary and town hall speakers who will provide a big-picture overview of how public health and its cross-sector partners are engaging in efforts to connect

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See What Sessions Await You at 2018 PHI!

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To help you determine your attendance at and participation in the 2018 PHI Conference, NACCHO has created a list of sessions by topic area: chronic disease; behavioral health; environmental health; infectious diseases, immunization, and epidemiology; emergency preparedness; sexual health; and

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Register Now and Take Advantage of Early Bird Savings; Exhibits and Sponsorship Opportunities Available

Start making your plans now to attend the 2018 Public Health Informatics Conference, August 20–23 in Atlanta. Register by July 8 to take advantage of early-bird savings of $100. The Public Health Informatics Conference will explore the theme, Connecting Systems and

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DEADLINE EXTENDED for the Abstract Submission Period

The deadline to submit an abstract for the 2018 Public Health Informatics Conference has been extended one week to March 5, 2018 at 11:59pm PT. To support this year’s theme, “Connecting Systems and People to Improve Population Health,” abstracts will be accepted under the following topic areas:

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Abstract Submission Period is Now Open!

The PHI Conference Planning Committee is now accepting abstracts submissions for this year’s conference, Connecting Systems and People to Improve Population Health. Scheduled for August 20-23, 2018 in Atlanta, the conference theme will focus on the following topic areas: Topic 1: Information Systems Topic

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