Building Healthy Communities through Business, Culture and Policy
As a kick-off to Preventive Medicine 2016 this upcoming February, ACPM, together with the members of its Corporate Roundtable, is proud to present a unique symposium on what it takes to build healthy communities. Building Healthy Communities through Business, Culture and Policy is a one-day event bringing together community leaders, employers, government agencies, health systems, insurers, pharmaceutical and other healthcare organizations, all committed to improving health and wellbeing in communities nationwide. Faculty will explore the influence of business, culture and policy on these efforts and share success stories from their own experiences. Robin Schepper, Former Executive Director of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let's Move Initiative, will present the keynote address. Join us on February 23, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency in Crystal City, Virginia.
Learn more and register for this event.
ACPM Supports the 'Cancer Prevention: Together We Can' Campaign
The American College of Preventive Medicine (ACPM) is a proud supporter of the Cancer Prevention: Together We Can campaign to help people make informed lifestyle choices to reduce their risk of developing cancer. Starting February 1, the campaign highlights the importance a healthy diet and consistent physical activity play in avoiding some types of cancer. The campaign's website also provides interactive tools that empower individuals to examine daily habits and take action to reduce their cancer risk. Read our news release supporting the campaign.
What's New at Preventive Medicine 2016?
Clinical Safety and Pharmacovigilance Career Opportunities
ACPM has partnered with Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc. (OPDC) to place early and mid-career preventive medicine physicians in rewarding clinical safety and pharmacovigilance positions. Learn more about available opportunities.
ACPM Welcomes New Affiliate Organization
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