Upcoming and Past Events

Upcoming Events

GASOPHE Networking Event, Tuesday, November 19th, 2019

Join us Tuesday, November 19th from 5:30pm-7:30pm for information on the following: real world career advice in the area of health education and promotion. Educators can ask professionals at the local, state and federal levels about their career experiences!
Where: Chamblee Library, 4115 Clairmont Rd., Chamblee, GA 30341
Register by visiting: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSedMOxUr4n6mIo2RwoaSRZ-kI8lqt2-le5yioiSJJuhTIgyeA/viewform

SOPHE 2020 Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA

What: This conference will address ways that public health education professionals can have an impact on social justice issues, through policy, advocacy, and communications; teaching and professional preparation; building and fostering effective partnerships; strengthening research translation and implementation; and addressing the continuum of prevention and care.
Where:  Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, 165 Courtland Street, Atlanta, GA 30303
When: March 17, 2020 – March 20, 2020
How to register: Coming Soon in September, 2019
Members receive a discount; if a member, please email georgiasophecommunications@gmail.com for the member discount code.

Past Events

GASOPHE and Georgians For A Healthy Future, Advocacy Training

What: Join other public health professionals, medical and community members to learn how to communicate with your local, state and national elected officials. Engage in a discussion on the impact of upcoming political issues and legislation.
Where: Kirkwood Library, 11 Kirkwood Rd., NE, Atlanta, GA 30317
When: Saturday, September 21st, 4pm


GASOPHE 2018 Summit: Public Health 3.0

Public Health 3.0 is a major upgrade in public health practice to emphasize cross-sectoral policy, and systems-level actions that directly affect the social determinants of health and advance health equity. It represents a challenge to business leaders, community leaders, state lawmakers, and Federal policymakers to incorporate health into all areas of governance.
Despite public health’s increasing focus on how environments impact health, our ZIP codes remain a more accurate determinant of health than our genetic codes. As a society, we have a collective responsibility to create conditions that allow all members of our communities to make healthy choices. And yet public health initiatives often exist in silos, resulting in missed opportunities to leverage the critical knowledge of communities to improve health at the local level.Public Health 3.0 calls for us to boldly expand public health to address all aspects of life that promote health and well-being, including:

  • Economic development
  • Education
  • Transportation
  • Food
  • Environment
  • Housing