Michigan Premier Public Health Conference

2017 Michigan's Premier Public Health Conference

October 3-5, 2017

Mission Point Resort
Mackinac Island Michigan

2017 Presentations:

Using Census Tract-Level Analysis of Mortality to Advance Broader Health Equity Agenda

Using a Quality Improvement Cohort Model to Achieve Health Equity

Creating an Internal Structure to Address Policy and Procedural Barriers to Health Equity

Building Trust, Planting Seeds, and Changing Behaviors: Data-Driven Reflections on Vaccine Waiver Education-PLEASE REQUEST AT jshaver@malph.org

Restorative Practices and Violence Prevention: Local Efforts in Southeast Michigan Focused on Preparing and Avoiding Harm

What, Exaclty, Is a Healty Equity Lens and How Do I Use it in My Work?

Choices, Not Chances: A Social Marketing Campaign to Increase Condom Usage Among Sexually-Active Youth 

Data to Care / Link-Up Detroit: How to Implement a Public Health Program to Engage HIV-Positive Individuals That Are Not Enrolled in Medical Care

Public Health Sustainability-Creating Resilient Communities When Faced with Avian Influenza to Zika

Northeast Michigan Prescription for Health

Adult Immunization in Michigan: Using the Standards to Increase Coverage301_Deery_Arch Rock.pdf

Social Behavioral Determinants of Health and the Omaha System: Empowering Local Health Departments to Address Health Inequity

An Informatics-Savvy Approach to Community-Based Participatory Research with Vulnerable Populations Affected by Environmental Disasters

Breastfeeding and Safe Sleep: The Health Disparity Equalizers

Using Fetal, Infant and Child Death Review to Address Disparities and Improve Health Equity

The Past is Prologue: Thinking and Developing Opioid Abuse Interventions

Making it Easier to Make Healthful Food and Beverages Choices in Community Settings

Leveraging National Public Health Accreditation Preparation to Infuse and Support Health Equity Programs

Transforming Research into Action to Improve the Lives of Students (TRAILS): A Collaborative Approach to Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Michigan's Youth

Moving Maternal Child Health Needs Assessment into a Health Equitable Practice

Outreach by Care Management Teams & Community Health Workers with Frail Elderly in Muskegon County: First Year Outcomes & ROI

Providing Emergency Preparedness for the Whole Community: Kent County's Inclusive Preparedness Program

Meaningful Family Engagement Promotes Equity in Care for Children and Youth with Epilepsy in Rural and Underserved Areas of Michigan

Overcoming the Whirlwind to Achieve Wildly Important Goals: Performance Management Using the 4 Disciplines of Execution

Human Trafficking Awareness

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