Friday, April 5, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Health Pavilion, R.B. Annis Theatre, Room 138
University of Indianapolis
L/P credit available
Everyone deserves to live a healthy life in a safe environment. That’s the idea behind National Public Health Week (April 1–7, 2019).
You’re invited to a special event Friday, April 5, at the University of Indianapolis to explore the importance of addressing health disparities in Indiana and discover how public-private partnerships can be used to address health equity.
The day will include a public health fair, a discussion with President and CEO of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Foundation Judith Monroe, MD, and a conversation with Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box.
About the featured guests
Judith Monroe’s professional focus has centered on the intersection of primary care and public health. Her career has taken her from private medical practice to academia, hospital administration, and public health protection.
In February 2016, Monroe was named president and CEO of the CDC Foundation. The Foundation manages over 300 CDC-led programs in the United States and in more than 130 countries.
Kristina Box has been a practicing obstetrician and gynecologist in Indianapolis for 30 years, starting her career at Community Hospitals of Indianapolis in 1987 as a private practitioner with Clearvista Women’s Care.
She was named Indiana State Health Commissioner by Governor Eric J. Holcomb on September 18, 2017, bringing to the role a passion for improving the health of all Hoosiers.