2017 APHA CAHC Presentation Announcement

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Dear Colleagues, 

Join me for APHA 2017 Annual Meeting & Expo in Atlanta where my colleagues, Robert E. Lee, CAHC's wonderful Curriculum Specialist and Program Manager, Dr. Aisha Mays, Director of Roots Adolescent Health Clinic, Stephannie Ratcliff and Dr. Colette Auerswald from UC Berkeley, will be presenting our research. APHA’s Annual Meeting serves as the home for public health professionals to convene, learn, network and engage with peers. More than 1,000 cutting-edge scientific sessions will be presented including, mine. The meeting also includes an exhibit hall with more than 600 booths of products, services and information, as well as countless networking opportunities. I hope you can attend the meeting to view my presentation and so much more! 

Our presentation, titled "Healthy Relationships and Economic Pathways: How a cross-regional partnership is increasing adolescent efficacy for long-term healthy relationship and economic sustainability in California's Central Valley" is scheduled for session 3392.0, Positive Youth Development and Empowering/Training Youth to be Change Agents on Monday, November 6, 2017 which starts at 2:30 p.m. For more information, view my session online.

Another presentation is titled: "Commercially Sexually Exploited Youth’s Perspectives on their Strengths and Health Needs: A Photovoice Project." Our poster is titled: "YEH (Youth, Empowerment, Health): The more you know! A comprehensive education program to improve the sexual and reproductive health of commercially sexually exploited youth" This presentation will be on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. For more information, view this session online.

For general information about the APHA Annual Meeting or to find out about other sessions and presentations visit the Annual Meeting home page.

For a listing of all of PHI's presentations, go here.

I hope you can attend my presentation as I join APHA in exploring the latest public health practices and challenges. 

Sincerely, 

Alison Chopel