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Join us for the
2017 Public Health Nurse Conference
"Leading Indiana to the Next Level in Public Health"
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Registration and Breakfast 7:30am-8:30am
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Registration and Breakfast 8:00am-8:30am
*All Tuesday workshop attendees will participate in both the DISC and The Eight Dimensions of Leadership sessions.
Attendee Registration Fee:
Two Day - $100.00 + Eventbrite Fees
You may pay online with a credit card or pay offline by check or money order.
Pay by credit card amounts: $106.49 (both days) or $53.74 (one day)
If paying by check, please make checks payable to the
Indiana State Department of Health and send check to the payment address below:
Pay by check amounts: $103.49 (both days) or $52.24 (one day)
Indiana State Department of Health
Attention: LHD Outreach Division-PHN Conference
2 North Meridian Street, Section 3N
Indianapolis, IN 46204
502 East Event Centre
502 East Carmel Drive
Carmel, Indiana 46032
Parking is free. Parking lot is located near the entrance of the conference center.
Holiday Inn Indianapolis/Carmel
251 E. Pennsylvania Parkway
If you're traveling from out of town and need overnight accomodations, please call the hotel listed above to make your reservation at your earliest convenience.
Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be included in the registration fee.
A conference room has been reserved for attendees during the conference. If you need to use the lactation room during the conference, please inquire at the registration desk.
For more information, please contact:
Continuing Education Coordinator
Local Health Department Outreach Division
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IN State Department of Health
To promote and provide essential public health services.
A healthier and safer Indiana.
ISDH Core Values:
- Health Promotion and Prevention
- Vaccines - providing for those who can't afford
- Equitable Care - community health centers
- Vital Records
- Health Protection
- Collaboration with Local Health Departments
- Data collection, analysis, and information dissemination
- Evidence-based best practices for public health promotion, training, and health care quality
Agency Strategic Priorities:
The Indiana State Department of Health believes that the following agency priorities will have the most impact on the way it operates and on its ability to deliver on its Mission and Vision:
- Decrease disease incidence and burden
- Improve response and preparedness networks and capabilities
- Reduce administrative costs through improving operational efficiencies
- Recruitment, evaluation, and retention of top talent in public health
- Better use of information and data from electronic sources to develop and sponsor outcomes-driven programs
- Improve relationships and partnerships with key stakeholders, coalitions, and networks throughout the State and the nation
2017 Top Public Health Priorities:
- Combat the opioid epidemic
- Reduce Infant Mortality
- Increase childhood immunizations (19-35 month olds primary focus)
- Reduce Adult Obesity
- Reduce Adult Smoking