Dr. Renée Branch Canady Will Present Keynote Workshop
AIDPH is delighted to announce that Renée Branch Canady, PhD, MPA will be the keynote speaker at the 2024 AIDPH Colloquium Community Collaboration in Oral Health: Advancing Person-Centered Outcomes from March 25 to 27, 2024 in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Canady is recognized as a national thought leader in the areas of health inequities and disparities, cultural competence, and social justice. She has published and presented broadly on these topics and her passion for this work is evident in her personal, academic, and professional life. Dr. Canady has been highly influential in broadening the discussion of health equity and social justice while serving on numerous national boards, review panels, and advisory groups.
In addition to her keynote address, Dr. Canady will be available for a book signing during the event welcome and awards reception. Her book, Room at the Table: A Leader’s Guide to Advancing Health Equity and Justice covers research and candid stories about how to be "on the front lines" as public health leaders taking action for essential health systems change.
Throughout her session, there will be opportunities to participate in activities designed to enhance comprehension of her information and apply newfound knowledge to foster meaningful change for historically excluded communities.
Advancing Person-Centered Outcomes Together
AIDPH's 2024 Colloquium Community Collaboration in Oral Health: Advancing Person-Centered Outcomes will be held from March 25 to 27, 2024 in Chicago, Illinois. Please join us for this continuing education event to create a healthier future through community collaboration — where every voice matters, and together, we can build a foundation for lasting health and well-being.
Discounted Tickets Available
We are pleased to offer a limited number of discounted Colloquium tickets to support stakeholders who may require financial assistance to attend. If you are interested, please complete this form.
Thank You Sponsors
Katherine Boyd, DrPH, MPH, Senior Program Officer at Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) will discuss “Frameworks and Funding for Community Engaged Research.” Delve into the dynamic intersection of research methodologies and community engagement and explore various frameworks that guide community-engaged research, including collaboration and inclusivity. Gain insights into effective strategies for securing funding to support community-focused projects, navigating grant application processes, and building sustainable partnerships.
The Colloquium venue is the Loews Chicago O'Hare Hotel. A group room rate of $154/night has been negotiated for the event; you will be directed to reserve your hotel room as part of the room block when you complete your registration.
Earn a Certificate in Community Collaboration and Leadership
This newest offering under the AIDPH Academy combines all three focus areas for a Certificate in Community Collaboration and Leadership — a program designed exclusively for oral health professionals who aspire to drive meaningful change in historically excluded communities.
Read the description here. You need to add this opportunity when you register, and plan to attend a half-day pre-conference on March 25.
About AIDPH's Colloquia
The core of AIDPH’s colloquia lies in the exchange of ideas and the spirit of collaboration. Each one offers opportunities to engage in thought-provoking panel discussions and interactive learning sessions designed to foster personal and professional growth. These engagements occur within a dynamic interprofessional setting, promoting profound connections. Elevate your knowledge and expertise in collaborative community dental research through a mix of networking activities, didactic presentations, panel discussions, and roundtables.