The Rutgers School of Public Health is celebrating National Public Health Week with its 23rd Annual Public Health Symposium and other activities promoting the healthiest nation in one generation initiative. The 23rd Annual Public Health Symposium, hosted by the Rutgers School of Public Health Center for Public Health Workforce Development titled, “New Skills for a New Age,” was held on April 2, and featured guest lecturers, poster presentations, and exhibits. The focus of the symposium was on the essential skills needed by the current – and future – public health workforce, which go beyond our disciplines. Mr. Brian Castrucci, acting CEO of the deBeaumont Foundation, provided the keynote address. To look up photos and moments from the Symposium, search the #RUPHSymposium18 hashtag on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
Other National Public Health week seminars hosted by the Rutgers School of Public Health included:
The Rutgers School of Public Health wishes all of its partner schools and colleagues a healthy, successful, and productive National Public Health Week!