Investing in a Robust Environmental Health System
June 8 from 1:30–3 p.m. EDT
The National Environmental Health Partnership Council and the American Public Health Association are proud to present a live conversation on Investing in a Robust Environmental Health System on June 8 from 1:30–3 p.m. EDT. We all deserve to live in healthy environments with clean air to breathe, clean water to drink and free from physical hazards. This webinar will bring to life the Environmental Health Playbook: Investing in a Robust Environmental Health System report compiled by the National Environmental Health Partnership Council – a group of environmental health thought leaders. Experts from the environmental health workforce, academia and policy will showcase various aspects that come together to produce an environmental health system. Register today.
Georges C. Benjamin, MD, Executive Director, American Public Health Association
Laura Anderko, PhD, RN, Professor, School of Nursing & Health Studies, Georgetown University, Director, Mid-Atlantic Center for Children's Health and the Environment
Surili Sutaria Patel, MS, Senior Program Manager, Environmental Health, Center for Public Health Policy, American Public Health Association
Charles D. Treser, MPH, DAAS, Executive Director, Association of Environmental, Health Academic Programs, Senior Lecturer, University of Washington
Jack Rayburn, MPH, Senior Government Relations Manager, Trust for America's Health
David T. Dyjack, DrPH, CIH, Executive Director and CEO, National Environmental Health Association
Stay involved! Follow the conversation on social media using the hashtags #APHAwebinar and #EH4All. The National Environmental Health Partnership Council strives to support healthy people by working for healthier environments. Find out more, please visit www.apha.org/nehpc.
This webinar was funded through cooperative agreement U38OT000131 between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Public Health Association. The contents of this webinar are solely the responsibility of the presenters and do not necessarily represent the official views of the American Public Health Association or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.