Protecting the nation’s health remains paramount for public health systems, despite the ongoing challenges of economic and racial inequality, political and racial unrest, public mistrust in government and workforce burnout. Public Health 3.0’s framework can help us navigate these challenges. This webinar will explore the framework’s recommendations with one of the field’s most prolific scholars, Dr. Sandro Galea (https://www.bu.edu/sph/profile/sandro-galea/). Dean of Boston University’s School of Public Health, Galea has authored more than 1,000 publications about the social determinants of health, mental health and trauma. The conversation will challenge us to consider ways to transform health systems to become more efficient, compassionate and equitable. Join an engaging discussion group after the webinar. County Health Rankings & Roadmaps’ Co-Director Dr. Marjory Givens, and Evidence and Policy Analysis Team Leader Michael Stevenson, will join the discussion.
County Health Rankings & Roadmaps will host a one-hour interactive virtual discussion at 4pm ET, immediately following the webinar. Participate in an engaging dialogue with peers across the country to share your experiences working toward equity. Mark your calendars and plan to stay as long as you're able.