Experts in the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health invite the community to learn more about public health during a full day of events April 10.
The first full week of April each year is recognized as National Public Health Week, and the SOPH is observing this with events that feature engaging speakers and up-close looks at the commitment to scientific discovery of SOPH students and faculty.
April 10 schedule of events:
Lou Wooster Breakfast
8-9 a.m.; The Edge of Chaos at the Lister Hill Library
SOPH Public Health Research Day
10 a.m.-12 p.m.; UAB Recreation Center
Public Health Research Day Awards Ceremony
12-1 p.m.; UAB Recreation Center
Wicked Problem Case Competition
12:30-4 p.m.; Ryals Public Health Building
5:30 p.m.; The Edge of Chaos at the Lister Hill Library
The Alabama Public Health Association's annual meeting will take place at UAB from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Registration is required for most of the events, and deadlines are fast approaching. Further details on the NPHW schedule, including addresses and registration requirements, is online.
SOPH to observe National Public Health Week with day of eventsby Jim Bakken
National Public Health Week presents an opportunity for public health and clinical health professionals to help individuals and communities navigate the changing world of public health.