At this critical moment for public health in the United States, come together with others to learn how the strategic use of legal and policy tools can address fundamental drivers of inequity, promote health and well-being, and save lives.
The 2020 Public Health Law Conference will examine law and policy pathways to:
Improving child and adolescent health
Addressing environmental and climate challenges
Eliminating the social and structural barriers to health equity
Addressing critical issues like the ACA, opioids, mental health, gun violence and vaccinations
Strengthening the legal capacity of public health departments
Who should attend?
Public health officials and practitioners
State attorneys general and public health lawyers
Researchers and academics
Advocacy and philanthropic organizations
Those working in sectors that impact health outcomes like housing, education and transportation
The 2020 Public Health Law Conference is organized by: