Join us for our first-ever VIRTUAL fall workshop as we mobilize speakers on leading-edge topics that address the current state of affairs for public health in New York State and beyond.
Some of the topics to be addressed will include:
Join us for a live panel presentation of local health department commissioners and directors as they discuss how they led their teams in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the successes and challenges they faced. Also learn what they are doing to prepare for the future and how public health has joined forces to help keep New Yorkers safe.
Session 1 sponsored by XTI-360
Join us for a live "rapid response" panel with industry and public health experts as they discuss the current state of vaccine trials, misinformation regarding public health and the emergency preparedness response New York agencies took to fight COVID-19. This session will be moderated by NYSPHA Vice President, Denise Tahara, with the opportunity for the audience to chat in questions for the speakers.
Steve Hanks, MD,MMM, FACP, FFSMB
Dr. Hanks will review how regional and intrastate collaboration improved the safety
and outcomes of care for patients with COVID 19 during the pandemic's height in the state of New York.
How regional collaboration improved communication with the public during the COVID 19
The benefits of regional collaboration during a healthcare crisis
How regional collaboration facilitated evacuation of patients from hard hit areas of New York City to the Capital region of New York state
Douglas L. York, Ph.D.
Dr. York will discuss “A Bronx Tale: Patient Access and Financial challenges when COVID-19 hit our Community”
Understanding the health implications for chronically ill patients when access is interrupted,
The importance of organizational emergency response tools when a crisis occurs,
Assessing and redefining organizational priorities as a result of a financial emergency.
November 10, 2020
Mental Health Challenges in the COVID-19 Pandemic: Local Perspectives from Directors of Community Services
Margaret Morse, LMSW
Seneca County Director of Community Services
Terri Morse, LMHC, CASAC-Master
Essex County Director of Community Services
Michael Orth, Commissioner
Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health
November 18, 2020
Suffering in Silence: The Uptick of Domestic Violence During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Is your company interested in partnering with the New York State Public Health Association to host this event? If your organization has a product, service or program to share that relates to this year's fall workshop topics or theme, and/or the audience we serve, we proudly offer sponsorship and a variety of electronic advertising opportunities. Please send an email to email@example.com for more information.
Sponsorship per session is $500 and includes:
Full-time students and retirees interested in scholarship opportunities for the Fall workshop webinar series, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to with the subject heading "Fall Workshop Scholarship" to apply.