American Public Health Association Annual Meeting & Exposition
November 6, 2010
- November 10, 2010
Colorado Convention Center
700 14th Street
Denver, CO 80202
More than 12,000 public health professionals will meet in Denver, Colo., Nov. 6-10, to address some of nation’s major health challenges, including the next phase of health reform implementation at the American Public Health Association’s 138th Annual Meeting.
The conference will feature the nation’s foremost health experts, researchers and practitioners presenting the latest public health science and trends at nearly a thousand sessions on significant public health issues, including health reform implementation, climate change, food marketing to children and health impacts of the economic recession among other major and emerging topics.
Aaron Wernham, director of Pew Health Group's Health Impact Project, will speak twice on November 9th about the importance of Health Impact Assessments. Gabrielle Cosel, senior associate with Pew Health Group's Pew Prescription Project, will speak on November 8th on the Safety of the U.S. prescription drug supply.
For more information on this event, including registration details and an agenda, visit the American Public Health Association Web site.