Voices from the Community Lecture Series

Voices from the Community is a lecture series offered by the College of Public Health that explores the multiple dimensions of public health. Presenters include researchers, practitioners, students and faculty who are actively engaged in the doing of public health with the expressed purpose to improve population health. Please join us to hear about exciting projects and creative approaches at the local, state, national and international level that are improving public health across the community. 

All lectures are free and open to the public and take place Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m. in 160 Cunz Hall. 

2016-2017 Voices from the Community Lecture Series Dates:

September 7
Equitas Health and the Art of Harm Reduction Services
featuring 
Peggy Anderson, MHA, MSW, LISW-S 
Chief Operating Officer, Equitas Health
To view Anderson's presentation, click here

October 5
College Alcohol and Drug Issues presented by The Higher Education Center
featuring John Clapp, PhD, FAAHB

Professor and Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development
The Ohio State University College of Social Work
To view Clapp's presentation, click here

November 2
The Land Grant Legacy of Community Engagement
featuring Roger Rennekamp, Ph.D.
Director, Ohio State University Extension
Associate Dean, College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences
Professor, Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership

November 30
Washington State’s Pursuit of the Triple Aim: The “Willie Sutton” Approach to Health Care Transformation and Population Health
featuring Daniel Lessler, MD, MHA, FACP
Chief Medical Officer for the Washington State Health Care Authority

For a complete list of previous speakers, click here

 

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