Policy Forum Series "Who can you trust?"

  • January 19, 2018
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • New Brighton Community Center

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2017- 2018 MPHA 

 Policy Forum Series  

Who can you trust?

 

  

Please join Minnesota’s public health community in  these thought‐provoking breakfast conversations:

 

January 19th, 2018…to deliver health messages?

With ever-expanding sources for information who should we trust to deliver the health messages? How can we as public health professionals help in ensuring that credible sources of information are used?  This forum will explore the use of celebrities, social media, news commentaries and more. 


Moderator: 

Carol Berg, Past MPHA President


Panelists:

Susi Krehbiel Keefe, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences, Department of Biology, Hamline University


Jeremy Olson, Health Care Reporter, StarTribune


Gary Schwitzer, Publisher, HealthNewsReview, Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Minnesota School of Public Health




All forums are held at the New Brighton Community Center, located at 400 10th St. NW in New Brighton.  Click here for maps and directions


Breakfast and on-site registration begins at 7:00am. Each forum starts promptly at 7:30am and concludes at 9:00am. 


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