Virtual Health Events in Columbus, Ohio: What You Need to Know

The highly acclaimed AHIMA22 Virtual conference is just around the corner and it's sure to be an event you won't want to miss. Professionals from the healthcare, business and technology industries are invited to submit their proposals for presentation before March 16. Ingrid Donato, MHA, MPH, will be speaking about her role as director of the Office of Prevention Innovation of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) of the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Presentations can be submitted on a variety of topics, such as privacy and security, the patient experience, the skills that health information professionals will need to succeed in a changing healthcare system, and more. Columbus City Council Health President, Councilmember Shayla Favor, and Columbus Public Health will also be hosting a community discussion about flavored tobacco and its effects on Columbus neighborhoods. This conference is being co-hosted by the Ohio State University School of Public Health and is part of the partnership between the university and Columbus Public Health. The Respiration Association will be bringing together experts, advocates and community members to explore the strategies and resources available to stop smoking and using tobacco in the city of Columbus and Franklin County. South Side Thrive Collaborative, together with the Columbus Public Health CARE Coalition and Reeb Center, is pleased to offer this three-part training series to build the capacity of South Side human and health services stakeholders to provide hope and healing to individuals, families and the community experiencing trauma. The School of Public Health and the College of Public Health Alumni Society will also be hosting a reception for alumni and friends at the APHA annual meeting in Atlanta.

This event is organized in collaboration with Goodwill Columbus and The Reeb Center to explore diverse employment opportunities. If you're interested in attending any of these events or learning more about them, you can visit Columbus Public Health's website. There you'll find all the information you need about upcoming virtual health events in Columbus, Ohio.