Team AgLearn invites you to join us as we celebrate National Public Health Week!
“This year’s theme is “Centering and Celebrating Cultures in Health.” Feeling like we belong, being a part of our communities, and fostering cultural connections supports our health and the quality of our lives. As we celebrate the 28th National Public Health Week (NPHW), April 3-9, we want everyone to know they can make their communities healthier, safer, and stronger when we support and stay engaged with one another. As we adjust and adapt to new social norms, we’re focusing not just on what we can do as individuals, but what we can do as communities to protect, prioritize, and influence the future of public health.
This NPHW, one of the goals is to look at how our cultural connections and intersections affect our health, well-being, and the public health system that cares for us. We’re encouraging everyone — public health professionals, students, elected leaders, activists, and the public — to step in and do what they can to make our world a more equitable, safe, healthy and just place. We hope you’ll join us.”
More information about National Public Health Week from The American Public Health Association External Link.
AgLearn Resources for National Public Health Week
- The Data Science of Healthcare, Medicine, and Public Health, with Barton Poulson
- Using Public Health Dashboards
- Avoiding Burnout
- Addiction: A Community Issue