Revolutionizing the public health worksforce as agents of change
The wider public health workforce consists of professions that have the opportunity or ability to positively impact the health and wellbeing of the public through their work, and are not always employed directly in a public health role. These professions can make an impact. Appropriate education and training in public health is key to make public health workforce an agent of change from community to government.
Are these professionals aware and ready for this task? How should education and training in public health be updated and integrated in the different curricula? Which professions should be educated and how? What actions should be taken to build knowledge and capacity in public health horizontally?
Moderators: Kasia Czabanowska, ASPHER, a.o
Speakers/Panellists: to be announced