The Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM) will host a virtual conference to examine population health public policy and how programs and policies affect health-related behaviors and outcomes. The virtual conference will provide opportunities to learn about and share best practices through roundtable discussions, academic panels, and poster sessions. Registrants can:
- Learn how policies affecting food systems, housing, education, immigration, transportation, employment, and social assistance impact social determinants of health, population health, and health equity;
- Discover strategies and models for developing and analyzing population health public policy across multiple sectors; and
- Analyze key theoretical frameworks for addressing health disparities and inequities in social determinants of health.
Conference content will be recorded and available at a later date.
Cost to participate:
- Student Members: $25
- Professional Members: $50
- Professional Non-members: $100
Learn more about the virtual conference and register here.