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Turning the Tide: Combatting Misinformation in Public Health

Please join us for the¬†Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion‘s third national conference! This conference gathers public health communication leaders from across the country to highlight public health misinformation, and discuss lessons learned in confronting COVID-19 misinformation. Conference speakers will examine public health misinformation in climate change, abortion, and global vaccinations, and discuss strategies including debunking misinformation and collaborating with journalists to counter public health misinformation.

Turning the Tide provides a unique focus on experiential workshops to facilitate discourse, networking and application of methods. By bringing together leading public health and science communication researchers from across the country, we hope to contribute to the important research and discussion surrounding the science and practice of tackling public health misinformation.

Speakers include:

Wen-Ying Sylvia Chou, PhD, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Leticia Bode, PhD, Program in Communication, Culture and Technology, Georgetown University

Ami Zota, ScD, Department of Environmental Health, Mailman SPH, Columbia University

John Cook, PhD, Center for Climate Change Communication, George Mason University

Nat Gyenes, MPH, Digital Health Lab at Meedan, Berkman Klein Center, Harvard University

The conference will host a workshop, Op-Ed Writing for Professionals, led by journalist Renee Loth, an opinion columnist for The Boston Globe and judge for the Pulitzer prizes in journalism.

Event Contact Information:
Azure Nowara
aen2129@cumc.columbia.edu
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Date

Apr 28 2023
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Time

9:00 am - 4:30 pm

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Formats (virtual, in person, hybrid)

In-Person

Venue

Faculty House (Columbia University)
64 Morningside Drive (enter on 116th Street)

Organizer

Columbia University
Phone
212-854-1754
Website
http://www.columbia.edu/
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