Public Health Insider: Webcast Series

Gain knowledge from public health and human sciences experts

Public health is affected by shifts in policy, social and environmental influences, technology and much more. As a global health crisis illustrates, gaps and inequities of any size in these systems can have devastating effects for health workers, the economy, particularly impacting communities with historic and systemic health disparities.

As Oregon’s first accredited College of Public Health and Human Sciences, our students and alumni have long been working toward answers to the challenges of lifelong health in their communities. Get an insider look at the impacts of public health with a webcast series hosted by some of Oregon State’s public health experts.

These virtual events are hosted by the OSU Alumni Association and OSU Foundation in collaboration with the OSU College of Public Health and Human Sciences.

 

 

Upcoming events

POWER VEGETABLES AND CANCER PREVENTION

Bring on the broccoli and keep the kale coming! During the next Public Health Insider webcast on Feb. 7 at 5:30 p.m. PST, join Emily Ho and Candace Russo from the College of Public Health and Human Sciences and the Moore Family Center. They will discuss the latest research on power vegetables and their connection to cancer prevention research while sharing more about OSU’s Master Gardeners and Hope Grows Here programs. This power-packed discussion will leave you enlightened and full of healthy tidbits and takeaways.

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