2021 IPHA Monthly Meet-Up Series

Monthly Meet-Up Series

Join public health students and professionals from across the state to learn from public health experts during the FREE series.

IPHA Monthly Virtual Meet-ups are held the third Tuesday of the month from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM. Please register here to participate in the monthly meet-ups.

Meet-Up Schedule

November 16th – We will be featuring our partners from the Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy at Indiana University. Courtney Medlock, Assistant Director of Policy & Strategy, will be presenting an overview of the Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy.

October 19th – This month, we will be highlighting our partners from the Indiana Society of Public Health Education (InSOPHE).  Rachel Fogleman, Continuing Education Director of Indiana Society of Public Health Education will be presenting an overview on the 19th.

September 21st – We will be featuring our partners from the Indiana Rural Health Association (IRHA). Dr. Cara Veale, CEO of the Indiana Rural Health Association, will presenting an overview of IRHA.

August 17th – This month we have invited our partners from the Indiana Environmental Health Association (IEHA). Holley Rose, IEHA President-Elect and Conference Chair has been invited to present an overview of the Indiana Environmental Health Association.

July 20th- In July, we will be featuring our partners from Indiana State Medical Association (ISMA). Dr. Roberto Darroca and Julie Reed will be presenting an overview of ISMA.

June 15th – This month we will be highlighting our partners from Indiana State Association of County and City Health Officials (INSACCHO). Dr. Jeremy Adler, of Unity Healthcare in Layfette and current president of  INSACCHO will be presenting an overview of the Association.

May 18th – Danielle Patterson, of American Heart Association, with Dr. Jeremy Adler, of Unity Healthcare in Lafayette, will be giving a wrap-up of the 2021 Legislative Session regarding the tobacco tax, e-cig tax, State Health Improvement Plan and Grant, COVID liability, and public health infrastructure.

April 20th – Andrew Bradley and Natalie James, from Prosperity Indiana, will give a legislative session recap regarding housing and preemption. Also, they will discuss how to get involved in future coalition and advocacy efforts to connect the health care and housing sectors through the Opportunity Starts at Home coalition.

March 16th – Mark Fairchild, from Covering Kids and Families of Indiana, will present a legislative update on Medicaid coverage and reimbursements.

February 16th – Nick Torres, from American Lung Association, will continue the vital discussion from the IPHA Policy and Advocacy Forum regarding pending tobacco tax and control legislation.

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