National Public Health Week is an opportunity for health professionals to engage with individuals and communities and help them navigate the changing world of public health.
On Oahu, we will celebrate National Public Health Week on Thursday, April 6th with a special event at the UH Cancer Center's Sullivan Conference Center.
Join HPHA for an NPHW roundtable event, offering food for the mind, body, and spirit. Invited speakers will share their expertise and facilitate roundtable discussions on current topics including: health care transformation in Hawaii and the ACA; aging in Hawaii; nutrition and chronic disease, including cancer; and the built environment, among others.
Deadline to register is Monday, April 3rd.
Light pupus and beverages will be served.
Healthy smoothies, courtesy of the UH Mānoa Food Science and Human Nutrition Council
Join HPHA’s 1 Billion Steps Challenge Team at https://stridekick.com/challenges/65396/walking-on-sunshine-hawaii
Don’t miss this once a year event to celebrate public health in Hawaii, re-connect with colleagues and meet the new public health professionals of the future!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Up to 2 hours of on-street metered parking (at .75 cents/hour) is available in the vicinity surrounding the UH Kakaako campus (Ilalo, Cooke, Ohe Streets)
Lot C parking: $5.00 Flat Rate (first-come-first-serve basis)
Piano Lot: $5.00 Flat Rate (first-come-first-serve basis)
Map and rates can be found at: