Population Health Spotlight Speaker Series
Public Health at a Crossroads: Is it Time for a New Direction?
The last three 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?
Experts from across the field of public health shared their reflections as part of the 2022-23 Population Health Spotlight Series.
Watch videos of the speaker presentations on YouTube
About the Population Health Spotlight
Hosted annually during the fall and spring months by Drexel University's Dornsife School of Public Health, this speaker series is an opportunity to hear about exciting public health research and practice happening locally, nationally, and globally with a focus on improving population health and eliminating health disparities.
Each event supports one credit hour towards National Board of Public Health Examiners (NBPHE) Certified in Public Health (CPH) continuing education credit.
Who Should Attend the Population Health Spotlight Series?
The Population Health Spotlight Series is open to everyone. Those welcome to attend include:
- Faculty and students of the Drexel University community
- Professionals from community-based organizations and government agencies involved in public health-related activities
- Media professionals who write about pressing public health concerns
- Individuals interested in the Greater Philadelphia area and urban health more broadly
Learn more about all upcoming events at the Dornsife School of Public Health.
There are currently no events scheduled.