Conference Workshops: Something for Everyone

We’re excited about the wide range of workshop topics at this year’s conference. No matter your position or passion in the public health sphere, there is something for you.

Take a look at the course titles:

  • Bringing Communities and Healthy Food Together
  • The Mentor’s Virtue and How to be a Protege
  • 10 Essential Services of Public Health: An Environmental Health Application
  • Do School Flu Vaccine Programs Impact Student Absenteeism?
  • Clustering of Risk Behaviors among Georgia Adults
  • Mission-Not-Impossible: Implementation of SBIRT at Two Medical Centers in Georgia
  • Strategies to Build and Implement a Volunteer Nonprofit Patient Advocacy Program for the Uninsured
  • A Data Driven Solution to Addressing Health Disparities
  • Exploring Violent Deaths among Georgia Workers, 2006-2009
  • Targeting Cardiometabolic Risk through Physician PI-CME
  • Georgia Coverdell Acute Stroke Registry: Ten Years of Improvement
  • The Georgia Burden of Disease Study
  • Barriers and Bridges in Coalition Building to Combat Tobacco Use
  • How We Do Harm: The Need for the Evidence-Based Practice of Public Health
  • Emerging Training Priorities for Workforce Development in Georgia
  • Colorectal Cancer Screening in Georgia and the Nation
  • Social Marketing and Environmental Health: Skills for Making the Invisible Profession Visible
  • Perinatal Case Management Training Program
  • Building Sustainability & Public Health in Communities
  • Leadership and the Art of Communication
  • Toolbox for Health: The Cooperative Extension Way
  • Georgia’s Graduated Licensing and Driver Behavior
  • Physical Activity among Georgians: Results from the 2011 BRFSS and YRBS
  • Implementation of the City of Savannah Smoke-Free Ordinance: Lessons Learned
  • Leading in Challenging Times
  • Bridging Academia & Practice: Training the Future Workforce
  • Putting the Public in Public Health: The What, Why, and How of Public Engagement

You can read a description of each course on our conference agenda page.