ASLME Insider - July 2016  (Plain Text Version)

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In this issue:
•  Early Registration Deadline Approaching for 2016 Public Health Law Conference
Job Postings
•  UNLV Boyd School of Law
•  University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Announcements
•  Call for Abstracts: 2017 bioip Faculty Workshop
•  The Law of American Health Care
Conferences & Events
•  Katie’s Korner
Publications
•  Where in the World is JLME?
•  Ask the Editors
Membership
•  A New Membership Option

 

Early Registration Deadline Approaching for 2016 Public Health Law Conference

Join public health lawyers, practitioners, officials, policymakers, researchers and advocates from around the country for the 2016 Public Health Law Conference, taking place September 15-17 in the nation’s capital.

Registration prices will increase after August 16th, so register today to secure your spot at the discounted price!

 

Join public health lawyers, practitioners, officials, policymakers, researchers and advocates from around the country for the 2016 Public Health Law Conference, taking place September 15-17 in the nation’s capital.

Registration prices will increase after August 16th. Register online to secure your spot, or download a printable registration form.

If you are interested in the upcoming 2016 Public Health Law Conference, check out the conference website at phlc2016.org, and download the Conference Mobile App!

Attendees can use the site and mobile app to access the full conference schedule, view session descriptions, build daily itineraries, browse speaker profiles, and connect with colleagues. Session materials, maps and area information are also available on the app. On iPhones and Android phones, go to your App Store, search for Public Health Law Conference and install the 2016 app.

This conference will address laws and policies impacting critical public health issues such as disease prevention, drug overdose, health data sharing, and access to care. Explore implications for the Affordable Care Act and other legislation as the country elects new leadership. Whether you’re working in public health or other sectors that impact health outcomes like transportation, housing and education, this conference is ideal for you. Connect with attendees who are dedicated to finding legal and policy solutions to improve the nation’s health. View a draft of the conference agenda to learn more.