Population Health Spotlight Series ft. Dr. Bettigole
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
2:00 PM-3:30 PM
The 2022-23 Population Health Spotlight Series is titled "Public Health at a Crossroads: Is it time for a new direction?"
The last two years have highlighted more than ever the challenges in addressing both emerging and ongoing threats to population health. It has become clear that we need to rethink and retool public health approaches to address many pervasive threats to health and health equity that are built into the fabric of our society. What are the most important lessons of the past few years and what are the next steps for public health research, practice and policy? Voices from across the field of public health will share their reflections as part of Dornsife’s Population Health Spotlight Series for 2022-23.
This event supports one credit hour towards National Board of Public Health Examiners (NBPHE) Certified in Public Health (CPH) continuing education credit.
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Dr. Bettigole's Talk Title: “Emerging from a pandemic: what’s next for public health in
About the speaker:
Cheryl Bettigole, MD, MPH, is the Health Commissioner for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. She is a board certified family physician and has previously served as the Director of the Division of Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention for PDPH, and as Chief Medical Officer of Complete Care Health Network, a federally qualified community/migrant health center group in southern New Jersey, and as a Family Physician and Clinical Director with Philadelphia’s City Health Centers, where she saw patients for more than 12 years.
Bettigole is also a Past-President of the National Physicians Alliance (now part of Doctors for America), where she helped develop physician teams focused on gun violence prevention and drug safety and pricing, while continuing the organization’s work on access to high quality affordable health care. She completed her BA in history at Yale University, her MA in Anthropology at the University of Chicago, her MD at Jefferson Medical College, and her MPH at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, where she received a Capstone Award for her work on access to care for people with limited English proficiency.