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Introduction to the Public Health Law Network

  • 07 Dec 2010
  • 1:00 PM
  • Webinar from NW Center for Public Health Practice

Hot Topics in Preparedness

Hot Topic: Translating Law, Science, and Policy into
Practice: Introduction to the PH Law Network

When: Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Time: Noon-1:00 pm (Pacific)

Presenters:
James G. Hodge, Jr., JD, LLM, Lincoln Professor of Health Law and Ethics, Arizona State University
Ron Ordell, JD, Fellow and Faculty Associate, Arizona State University

During this session, Professor Hodge will briefly introduce the Public Health Law NetworkundefinedWestern Region office at Arizona State University and University of New Mexico, with collaborators across 11 states, multiple tribal entities, and counties and cities, including in the Northwest states (e.g., AK, WA, OR). You will learn how the Network can assist public health lawyers and practitioners in translating law, science, and policy into meaningful public health practice.

The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice invites you to participate in this monthly Hot Topics forum. Hot Topics provides an authoritative hour-long forum each month for discussing topics that are important to the public health practice community.

Registration: Registration is required. Join link and teleconference details are only available to participants who have registered via their state/organization Hot Topics coordinator or through the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice. Please contact your coordinator (listed on the flyer or registration Web page) to register. If you are unsure who to contact, or experience problems registering, email Sarah Paliulis, paliulis@u.washington.edu, or complete this online registration form. We encourage you to login as a group in a meeting room.

Materials: Slides and references for this presentation will be available by the afternoon before the live session on the Hot Topics Web site. An archive of this presentation will be available on the Hot Topics Web site by Wednesday, December 8.


More information, call Northwest Center for Public Health Practice at 206.685.1130 or email  nwcphp@u.washington.edu. Visit www.nwcphp.org

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