2022 Public & Allied Health Symposium

Welcome to the Public and Allied Health Symposium!

Are We There Yet? Resiliency, Unity, and the New Normal.


calendar interface symbol tool March 31, 2022

maps and flags BTSU Lehnart Grand Ballroom

Click here to register for the event

If you have questions about the Symposium or need help registering, please call Alison Ferow at 419-372-6040.

The 2022 Public Allied Health Symposium will be held on March 31, 2022 in the Bowen- Thompson Student Union. The event is open to BGSU faculty/staff/students and the general community.

A virtual livestream of the Keynote Address will be available. The breakout sessions will only be available in-person. 

There is no cost for attending the symposium this year.

Instead, we encourage everyone to make a donation to the Health & Human Services Leadership Council Gap Scholarship Fund. This provides annual gap scholarships, typically between $500 and $1,000, to students in need. When facing a financial hardship, this extra gap funding can often be the deciding factor that allows students the opportunity to complete their degree.

NED E. BAKER KEYNOTE SPEAKER

 

Dr. Amy Acton, MD, MPH
Former Director of the Department of Health for the State of Ohio

Keynote Session Title: The Leader We All Wish We Had is You

PRESENTATION SPEAKERS

Taylor Circle 

Taylor Lechner, MFN, RD, LD

The Effects of COVID-19 on Eating Disorder Risk: What Health Professionals Can Do to Help

Ashley Hartman 

Ashley Hartman, MPH, CHES, OCPC

Building Mental Well-Being

Krista Wasowski Web 

Krista Wasowski, MSW, MPH

The New Normal for Public Health

Updated: 03/28/2022 01:41PM