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Our events calendar includes national conferences, online events, and workshops related to public health informatics. We also note when members of PHII's staff will be presenting or exhibiting at an industry event.
ASTHO Annual Meeting and Policy Summit
Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico
September 9 - 11, 2014
The New Era of Public Health: Science, Innovation, and Policy
At the ASTHO Annual Meeting and Policy Summit, join state and territorial health officials; department heads and other leaders at state and local health agencies; individuals from federal health agencies, academic institutions, and healthcare facilities; private sector health industry executives; and leaders from ASTHO affiliates and other public health organizations as they address strategic public health and leadership issues.
AMIA 2014 National Symposium
November 15 - 19, 2014
AMIA is the academic home for informatics, and the Symposium is the leading scientific meeting for biomedical and health informatics research and practice. The AMIA Symposium presents work from many disciplines and specialties including both foundational and applied informatics.
2014 ISDS Conference
December 9 - 11, 2014
Public Health Surveillance - Challenges and Solutions for the Road Ahead
The thirteenth annual International Society for Disease Surveillance conference will highlight key challenges voiced by the public health surveillance community, and include strategies for incorporating the latest approaches, methodologies, and results into data-driven practices, programs, and policies.
The Public Health Informatics Institute (a program of the Task Force for Global Health) works with public health professionals and their stakeholders on projects centered around requirements development, practice support and informatics training. Our mission is to improve health outcomes worldwide by transforming health practitioners’ ability to apply information effectively.
The PHII remembers Bill Watson, PHII founder and beloved leader.