The annual Arizona Rural & Public Health Policy Forum focuses on key health policy issues and their impact on Arizona’s rural and tribal communities and seeks strategies to strengthen public health systems and increase access to care for rural and tribal residents.
Thursday January 19th, 2012
Arizona State Capitol, 1700 W. Washington, 2nd Floor, Phoenix, AZ
Check in 7:30am
The Forum is designed to:
Examine key health policy issues and their impact on Arizona’s rural and tribal communities.
Identify strategies to strengthen rural communities and public health systems.
Update from policy makers’ and key state agencies on their legislative priorities for the upcoming year
Provide tips on how to make a difference in the legislative process.
Present ways on how to use the media to communicate your message.
Who should attend:
o Arizona Legislators
o State Agencies’ Representatives
o Clinic Administrators and Hospital CEOs
o Behavioral Health Representatives
o Tribal Liaisons and Policy Leaders
o Advocates for Women and Children
o And any other interested individuals.
For more information: http://crh.arizona.edu/events/policy-forum/2012
To Register: http://apps.publichealth.arizona.edu/ConferenceRegistration/
Or use attached conference registration form.