Tuesday April 2
9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Health and Well-Being for All: Working Together Across Sectors
Join us Tuesday, April 2 for the seventh annual Public Health Research at Maryland event, where we’ll delve into critical public health issues facing our state, nation and world and explore how we can best work together across sectors to advance health and well-being for all.
Registration is free and lunch is provided.
We will be joined by the Surgeon General of the United States, Dr. Jerome Adams. He will give a keynote, “Better Health Through Better Partnerships” focusing on his priority initiatives, which include: the opioid epidemic, oral health, and the links between community health and both economic prosperity and national security. After his talk, there will be a Town Hall with the Surgeon General during which he will welcome comments and a discussion on pressing public health topics.
Students as well as faculty members share their research and programs on topics that address health and well-being. Student presented posters will be reviewed and best poster awards given. Submit abstracts by March 25th.
Visit publichealthresearch.umd.edu to register, submit a research poster abstract, and learn more! Questions? Contact email@example.com.