Submit Your Proposals and Registration Open! 2019 Culture of Data
Submit your Proposal to Speak at the Culture of Data Conference on May 3, 2019!
The 2019 theme is Data Connections Between Behavioral Health and Public Health: Creating a Culture of Equity. This year, the Culture of Data is seeking submissions related to the data collection, analysis, dissemination, utilization and integration of behavioral health data to achieve health equity. Abstracts should focus on the areas of promotion, prevention, treatment and recovery in substance use and mental health, paying close attention to the social determinants of health.
Keeping with the conference theme, the conference committee invites you to submit proposals that offer thought-provoking critical thinking, clinical judgement, or ethical considerations, and/or support provider- or client-centered solutions. And in keeping with the typical participant make-up, develop a proposal with content geared toward the entry-level, intermediate, or master-level audience. The conference offers a variety of breakouts, workshops and skill-building sessions for every data user level to apply data towards achieving health equity in diverse communities.
The intended audience for this conference includes, but is not limited to:
Community service providers
Community members and organizations
Clinical health providers
Program coordinators and administrators
Environmental health professionals
Community health workers
Public health officers
Researchers and faculty
Mental health professionals
Related health specialists
Please submit your proposal by February 28, 2019 for consideration. The committee will convene and have acceptance letters out in the middle of March 2019.
Registration Now Open!
2019 Culture of Data Conference May 3, 2019 CU South Denver, Denver, CO
For the third year in a row, the Colorado Public Health Association hosts the Culture of Data conference as the primary fiduciary and project organizer. CPHA continues to stay true to the values and objectives of the conference as it remains community led and focused. This year, the CoD theme is:
DATA CONNECTIONS BETWEEN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND PUBLIC HEALTH: CREATING A CULTURE OF EQUITY