Thursday, April 29th and Friday, April 30th
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the Spring 2021 Public Health Innovations Conference is being held virtually. To review the day's events, see the Spring 2021 Innovations Conference Agenda
The Public Health Innovations Conference is an opportunity for graduating MPH students to showcase the results of their Culminating Experience.
The Culminating Experience is the centerpiece of the Case Western Reserve MPH program. It gives students the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired through their academic coursework to a problem involving the health of the community.
There are two Innovations Conferences each academic year, one in the fall and one in the spring. Each Innovations Conference features a poster session based on student practicum projects, and oral presentations based on student capstone projects. Each conference also features a keynote speaker who will discuss a topic relevant and current to the field of public health.