Trustworthiness of public health and trust in public health are social determinants of health. Historically, the public health field has struggled to restore trust after failing to effectively engage communities and provide responsive services, particularly with marginalized populations and communities experiencing injustice.
Learn how to build trust and and sustain trustworthiness as public health professionals and agencies in this 90-minute webinar co-sponsored by numerous APHA Sections and the Council of Affiliates. Speakers will draw on lessons from COVID-19 prevention, HIV/AIDS programs, social work, public health advocacy and other disciplines.
For more information, read the Public Health Code of Ethics.
- Andrea Lowe, MPH, CPH, APHA Ethics Section (Moderator)
- Olihe Okoro, PhD, MPH, MPharm, University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy
- Nadine Finigan-Carr, PhD, University of Maryland School of Social Work
- Cee Ann Davis, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACOG, Virginia Commonwealth School of Medicine
- Donte Boyd, PhD, The Ohio State University College of Social Work
- Jefferson Ketchel, MA, RS, Washington State Public Health Association
Credits Available: Earn 1.5 continuing education credits in CHES, MCHES, CME, CNE, CPH and OP (other professional)
- APHA Members: Complimentary
- Non-Members: $10