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Healthy Chicago 2.0 - Primary & Secondary Gun Violence Prevention

  • 12 Apr 2018
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM (CDT)
  • Illinois Medical District, 2100 W. Harrison, Chicago, Illinois 60612

Registration

  • Renew Billings Fellowship and register for four leadership breakfasts for 2018 (fourth breakfast is complementary)
  • IOMC member (Billings, regular or emeritus) and guest of member per event.
  • If you already renewed, feel free to sign up for all four Leadership Breakfast and receive a complementary breakfast
  • Registration after March 29, 2018 for members and guests of members (each).
  • Renew membership and register four leadership breakfasts for 2018 (fourth breakfast is complementary)
  • Must show proof of student status at the door.

Registration is closed

The Institute of Medicine of Chicago (IOMC) is excited to launch the first Leadership Breakfast for 2018. The Breakfast is an opportunity to convene local leadership, IOMC fellows and members, and aspiring health professionals and network regarding one or more of four-p’s (people,/public, providers, payers, and policy).  

The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) established the Office of Violence Prevention (OVP) in 1994 following the Surgeon General declaration of violence as a public health epidemic.  OVP works to prevent violence across the lifespan and reduce its negative impacts when it does occur

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Dr. Morita will highlight how CDPH and community partners are impacting primary and secondary gun violence prevention. Participants will learn about the promising programs and strategic direction for the next few years.

We look forward to Dr. Julie Morita, Commissioner, Chicago Department of Public Health discussing Chicago's focus on Healthy Chicago 2.0. We invite you to increase your understanding and contribute to a robust discussion regarding:

1. the Healthy Chicago 2.0, the city’s public health plan.

2. the City of Chicago’s Public Safety Plan.

3. the violence prevention initiatives that are part of Healthy Chicago 2.0 and the City of Chicago Public Safety Plan.




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