Public Health Live!

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Public Health Live! is an award-winning live webcast series for public health and health care professionals interested in furthering their knowledge on current public health issues. Webcasts feature New York State and national experts and utilize best practices in educational design and delivery. Filmed at WMHT Production Studios in Troy, NY, the live webcasts routinely reach over 500 viewers in New York State, across the U.S. and beyond. Webcasts are recorded and are available for on demand viewing on any device.


Many Public Health Live! webcasts offer free continuing education credits. To learn more about continuing education credits offered for each webcast, select the title below.


Public Health Live! Webcasts

Vaccines During Pregnancy: Addressing Health DisparitiesAugust 14, 2024
How Food Insecurity Feeds DiabetesMarch 19, 2024
Collaborative Health Care for Individuals with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities March 7, 2024
HPV Vaccine Is Cancer Prevention: Changing the Narrative to Improve Vaccination RatesAug. 16, 2023
Adult Immunization Recommendations and Strategies to Improve Coverage RatesMarch 2023
Diabetes Education and Support: Keys to Living WellNovember 2022
Prescribing Physical Activity to Improve Arthritis ManagementMay 2022
Addressing Influenza and COVID-19 Immunization Health InequitiesNovember 2021
What’s New with the Flu? 2020-2021November 2020
Person-Centered Healthcare in Planning and PracticeOctober 2020
Strategies for Strong Vaccine CommunicationJuly 2020
Caregiver and Patient Health in Alzheimer’s Disease Policy and Systems ChangeFebruary 2020
Strengthening Vaccine Confidence in Pediatric PracticeJanuary 2020
Sex, Guns and Driving: Considerations in Dementia CareOctober 2019
New York State Harmful Blue-Green Algae Blooms (HABs) and Health: The Know It! Avoid It! Report It! Response September 2019
The Health Impact of Tobacco Use among People with Disabilities June 2019
Climate Smart Communities: Connections with Public HealthMay 2019
Raising Community Voices to Reduce Maternal MortalityMarch 2019
Discussing Return to Community Living: Best Practices for MDS Section Q March 2019
New York State’s Public Health Approach to Alzheimer’s DiseaseFebruary 2019
Pharmacists: Indispensable in Managing Chronic DiseaseJanuary 2019
Strategies for Recommending HPV Vaccination for Pre-Teen YouthJune 2018
Health Literacy: A Tool for Effective Communication and EngagementMarch 2018