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Something for Everyone at SOPHE's Annual Conference

30 March 2017

Society for Public Health Education

At SOPHE’s 68th Annual Conference, March 30 - April 1, 2017 in Denver, Colorado, we take pride in offering a wide variety of health education and promotion-related presentations. Our speakers come from diverse and exciting backgrounds - we can’t wait to learn from them with you! Take a sneak-peak at this year’s sessions.

SOPHE hopes you will join us in Denver for sessions like…

  • A3: Interdependence Succeeds: Community Alliances

  • A6: Zoom out your Lens: Cultural Competency in Public Health

  • B4: To Do or Not To Do: Vaccinations

  • C4: Delivery Matters: Factors that Enhance Sexual Education

  • D4: Where Does it Stop? A Look Inside Violence Prevention

  • E1: Never Static: Our Workforce in Flux

  • F3: The Virtual is Reality: Online Health Education

…and much much more! Register today!

Register today!

Pre-Registration rates end February 28, 2017

Register today to get the best deal on your conference registration.

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Supported by a grant from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (U54MD007584), National Institutes of Health.