National Public Health Week is an opportunity for health professionals to engage with individuals and communities and help them navigate the changing world of public health.
On Oahu, we will celebrate National Public Health Week on Monday, April 1st from 5pm to 7pm with a special event discussing the "Intersection of Climate, Health & Equity" at the UH Cancer Center's Sullivan Conference Center.
Healthy Happy Hour and registration begins at 4:30pm with pupus and beverages being served.
Don’t miss this once a year event to celebrate public health in Hawaii, re-connect with colleagues and meet the new public health professionals of the future!
Join us as we explore the intersection of climate, health, and equity with:
Matt Gonser, City & County of Honolulu, Office of Climate Change, Sustainability, and Resiliency
Julius Fischer, Hawaii Green Growth
Tyler Gomes, Elemental Excellerator
Amy Hennessey, Ulupono Initiative
Ehuola Youth from Kokua Kalihi Valley
Justine Espiritu, Bikeshare Hawaii
We look forward to seeing you there!
Up to 2 hours of on-street metered parking (at .75 cents/hour) is available in the vicinity surrounding the UH Kakaako campus (Ilalo, Cooke, Ohe Streets)
Lot C parking: $5.00 Flat Rate (first-come-first-serve basis)
Map and rates can be found at: