Learning Institute Schedule and Descriptions

The Learning Institutes are half- or full-day courses that give learners the chance to participate in a more intense and interactive educational experience. Continuing education credits are available for LIs. The number of credits for each LI is listed below. Click the title of the LI to read the full abstract.

Learning Institutes are not included in the Annual Meeting registration fee but can be purchased through the Annual Meeting registration process. Fees for each LI are listed below. If an individual must cancel, a cancellation fee will be deducted for each LI.

APHA reserves the right to cancel any LI due to low enrollment. In case of a cancellation, registrants will be notified immediately and given the opportunity to choose an alternate LI or to be fully refunded.

Please contact Evangeline Savage at 202-777-2523 if you have any questions regarding LIs.

Saturday

LI#-Title Fees Credit Hours
9:00 a.m. -12:30 p.m.
1000.0 Genetics Deconstructed: Learning the Essentials with Hands-On Models

$275

1001.0 - Global Health Institute for Students and Emerging Professionals

$50

3

1002.0 - Propensity Score Matching Using R for Public Health Research1, 2

$275

3

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
1003.0 - A Gentle Introduction to Mathematical Modeling: Lessons from the Living Dead1

$300

1004.0 - Building and Maintaining Relationships in Community-Based Collaborations: An Ecological Communication Approach

$300

1005.0 - Certified in Public Health (CPH) Exam Review Course - Day 11

$350

1006.0 - The Ethics and Practice of Digital Storytelling as a Community-Based Participatory Approach in Public Health

$300

1007.0 - Scientific Writing for Peer-Reviewed Publications for Public Health Professionals1,3

$300

6

1008.0 - SEER*Stat--A Software Tool for Studying the Impact of Cancer on a Population Day 1 Basic Information1

$350

1009.0 - Systematic Reviews: Skills to Develop Literature Searches, Manage Results and Evaluate Findings

$300

6

1010.0 - Meta-Leadership and Why it is Critical for Interdisciplinary/Social Determinant-Oriented Approaches to Population Health

$300

6

1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
1011.0 - Leadership Matters: Developing and Implementing Effective Public Health Advocacy Campaigns

$275

 3

1012.0 - Using SAMHSA Data to Explain Behavior Health Outcomes1

$275

3

 

Sunday

LI#-Title Fees

Credit Hours

8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
2013.0 - Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS): Using MEPS Data in National and Regional Health Services Research (This course is subsidized by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality)1

$50

 3

2014.0 - What We Can See, We Can Change: Using Large Maps to Inform Health Intervention Strategies

$275

2015.0 From Zero to Published in One Morning: A Hands-On MedEdPortal Publications Workshop1

$275

3

8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
2005.0 - Certified in Public Health (CPH) Exam Review Course - Day 21, 4

0

6

2008.0 - SEER*Stat--A Software Tool for Studying the Impact of Cancer on a Population Day 2 Advanced Information1, 4

0

2016.0 - Biostatistics for Non-Statisticians1, 4

$300

6

2017.0 - PHAB Accreditation: How to Assess and Select Documentation Using the Standards & Measures, Version 1.5 (This course is subsidized by the Public Health Accreditation Board)1, 4 $150

6

2018.0 Qualitative Methods for Public Health Professionals1, 4

$300

6

2019.0 - Transforming Health: Using System Thinking and Place-Based Approaches to Create Vibrantly Effective, Cross-Sector Health Systems4

$300

6

2:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
2020.0 - How to Use Healthy People 2020 to Achieve Your Goals: New Online Implementation Tools1

$275

 3


1 Participants MUST bring either a PC platform laptop or a MAC with 1 GHz, 1GB of RAM, external mouse and power cord.

2 Attendees will be provided with instructions for downloading "R" software before attending the session.

3 Participants MUST bring one of the following for workshop activities: an abstract, manuscript online, data analysis results or draft article to turn into a manuscript.

4 This all-day course will break from 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. for the Opening General Session.