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The Colorado School of Public Health is proud to be the presenting sponsor of 

Public Health in the Rockies 2019.

Schedule: See the conference at a glance here. See all presenters here. ​For a list of all ColoradoSPH affiliated presenters, stop by our booth!​

ColoradoSPH Mixer at PHiR

Wednesday, Aug. 28 | 6 - 8:30 pm | Kickapoo Tavern | 129 River Run Road, Keystone, CO

ColoradoSPH will once again host a special event at PHiR to bring together our public health friends and family. RSVP required (RSVPs now closed). Food and non-alcoholic drinks provided.

Welcoming Session & Keynote​

Wednesday, Aug. 28 | 8:30 am | Colorado Rockies Ballroom, Keystone Conference Center

ColoradoSPH Associate Dean for Research and Deputy Director of the University of Colorado Cancer Center, Dr. Cathy Bradley, will help kick off the conference with welcoming remarks right before the keynote speech from Emily Braucher on Our Brains and the Challenge of Engaging Underserved Communities​. 

About the PHiR Conference

The Public Health in the Rockies conference is designed to build a more competent public health workforce, include non-public health professionals, and to strengthen our public health systems in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region. Conference organizers are the Colorado Public Health Association (CPHA), the Colorado Society of Public Health Education (COSOPHE), the Public Health Nurses Association of Colorado (PHNAC), and the Wyoming Public Health Association (WPHA).

The PHiR conference aims to:
  • Provide a forum for professionals working on public health to develop new skills, demonstrate best practices, exchange lessons learned, cultivate partnerships, share current research, and discover valuable resources.
  • Offer a multi-disciplinary conference program that fosters inclusiveness public health.
  • Stimulate innovation in public health practice.
  • Provide an annual meeting opportunity for the memberships of the affiliate associations.
  • ​Encourage networking of all professions represented in public health.

The intended audience for this conference includes, but is not limited to:
  • Community service providers
  • Epidemiologists
  • Health educators
  • Physicians
  • Program coordinators and administrators
  • Nurses
  • Environmental health professionals
  • Community health workers
  • Patient navigators
  • Public health officers
  • Researchers and faculty
  • Mental health professionals
  • Policy professionals
  • Students
  • Related health specialists
See more at the conference website or contact conference organizers at​.

Colorado School of Public Health

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Mail Stop B119
Aurora, CO 80045


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