Teaching Prevention gathers the academic prevention and public health community to focus on the knowledge, skills, infrastructure and resources needed to practice and promote prevention.
The Association for Prevention Teaching and Research annual meeting - Teaching Prevention 2016: Preparing Students to Address Emerging Issues - will tackle important topics facing our world. How can health professions educators increase the capacity of students to confront health inequities and improve population health?
This interactive meeting offers a full schedule of programming in both new and traditional formats:
- Plenary sessions around common themes
- Lightning Presentations provide a quick overview of ideas, experience, and programs related to population health education
- Roundtable Presentations allow for small-group discussion around a specific topic.
- Group Discussions provide attendees with dedicated time and structure to explore session topics in order to expand professional relationships and advance issues presented
- Networking Sessions designed to enhance and expand your professional and knowledge base
Who Should Attend
This meeting is designed for health professions faculty and students; program directors of public health programs, and chairs of departments of preventive medicine/population health.