April 1, 2019

6th Annual Public Health Day Symposium


The Public Health Day Symposium kicks off Public Health Week and provides a unique collaborative environment for all academic, community, and government public health professionals in the greater Philadelphia region.

The presentations will be about program design, program implementation, or program evaluation. The format of the Symposium is that each presenter has five minutes to present their topic. After ten presentations, the presenters will each be assigned a table where they discuss their program in more detail for about 45 minutes with audience members. Symposium attendees will be able to circulate among these tables to learn more about each of the programs.

Breakfast available starting at 8:00AM. Program begins at 8:30AM.

The 6th Annual Public Health Day Symposium is presented by The College of Physicians of Philadelphia’s Section on Public Health & Preventive Medicine.

ASL interpretation is available for any event upon request. Please contact Meredith Sellers to place a request for an ASL interpreter or for any other accessibility accommodations.


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