2023 MPPHC Presentations

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P-104 -Equity in Action: Equipping the Public Health Workforce from a Health Equity Concept to Practical Application

KEYNOTE ADDRESS- From Fargo to Traverse City to Youngstown: Workforce development needs and opportunities abound within Michigan and across Region V

Session 101Addressing Social Determinants of Health through Development of a Resource Website: A healthcare provider, academic, and public health partnership

Session 102A Tale of Two Counties: Variations of Mpox Clinics in Michigan from Rural to Urban

Session 103Incorporating Preparedness Into Routine Public Health Activities to Equip Staff of All Levels Through Creative Emergency Response Training

Session 104- Photovoice 101: Building Skills to Lead Innovation in Public Health Services in Michigan

Session 105- Trauma Informed Supervision

Session 201Prescribing Health in Rural Communities: The Power of Partnership in Advancing Access to Nutrition and Physical Activity

Session 202Leveraging Partnerships and Emerging Technologies for Virtual Outbreak Investigation Training

Session 203Supporting the Local Public Health Workforce During Lead Poisoning Prevention Activities.

Session 204- Changing the Culture Around Substance Use Disorders

Session 205Investing in Equitable Pathways to Public Health Employee Development

Session 301Increasing Equity and Improving Social Determinants of Health Through Regional System of Comprehensive Community Health Worker Navigation Services

Session 302Public Health and Climate Change in Michigan

Session 303- Public Health “Wellbeing Champions” – Stories of Implementation from the Field

Session 304Connecting, Sustaining, and Deepening Community Partnerships and Community Health Assessments in a Post-Covid Era

Session 305The Transformational Leadership Model: Putting new ideas into practice.

KEYNOTE ADDRESS #2Supporting the Public Health Workforce in Shifting Times: The Bad, the Good, and the Opportunity

KEYNOTE ADDRESS #3- Empowering Community Partnerships in Public Health Services

Session 401- Aligning Fatality Review Recommendations to Improve Maternal and Infant Health Outcomes

Session 402Michigan’s Infection Control Educational Collaborative for Better Health Outcomes (Mi-ECHO): A Collaboration between the Infection Prevention Resource and Assessment Team (IPRAT) and Michigan’s Local Health Departments (LHD)

Session 403Year One of Embarking on Our Journey to Zero: Implementing the Zero Suicide Framework

Session 404Health Departments Moving from “Let me tell you” to “You tell us.”

Session 405Mass Fatality Planning: Using Partnerships to Enhance Planning

Session 501Billerud Paper Mill Blastomycosis Outbreak, A View from the Local Health Department

Session 502A Pathway to ‘Yes’: Better Data Sharing to Increase Public Health’s Reach and Effectiveness

Session 503Elevating Community Voices to End the Sale of Flavored Tobacco Products Through Use of a Community Action Model

Session 504- Translating Data to Practice:  Shared HIV Networks (SHiNe) and The Pull Up Project

Session 505- Connecting with Community Partner Organizations to Conduct In-Home Vision Screening in Flint and the Western Upper Peninsula

KEYNOTE ADDRESS #4Bugs and Diseases, Oh My! How LHDs Work with Other MDARD Programs Beyond Food Inspections.