Use these resources to explore issues related to Public Health 3.0.
Meetings and Listening Sessions
- Public Health 3.0 National Meeting Watch this archived webcast of the Public Health 3.0 National meeting, which was held on October 18, 2016 in Washington, DC.
- Public Health 3.0: National Meeting Presentation [PDF – 739 KB] Review the presentation delivered at the Public Health 3.0 National Meeting.
- Regional Listening Session Summaries. For Public Health 3.0 ideas and lessons learned generated by community leaders across the Nation, read a summary of each regional listening session:
- Roundtable on Data, Metrics, and Predictive Modeling Summary Report [PDF – 820KB] Read the meeting proceedings from the Public Health 3.0 Roundtable on Data, Metrics, and Predictive Modeling, which focused on state and local health departments’ data-related challenges and opportunities—and how the federal government can help modernize public health.
Articles and Reports
- Public Health 3.0: A Call to Action to Create a 21st Century Public Health Infrastructure [PDF – 4.2 MB] Read this white paper outlining recommendations for realizing the PH3.0 vision for all communities in the United States.
- Recommendations to Achieve Public Health 3.0 [PDF – 671 KB] Read the 5 key recommendations from the Public Health 3.0 white paper.
- Building Healthy and Just Communities Watch former Acting Assistant Secretary for Health Karen DeSalvo's closing session from the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA).
- Public Health 3.0: Time for an Upgrade Learn more about the need to improve public health from this American Journal of Public Health article by former Acting Assistant Secretary for Health Karen DeSalvo, former Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health Patrick W. O'Carroll, and other contributors.
- Q&A with Karen DeSalvo: Transforming and sustaining public health Read this interview from APHA’s Public Health Newswire with Karen DeSalvo, former Acting Assistant Secretary for Health, about how to improve public health.
- What the Flint Water Crisis Reveals About Public Health Senator Bill Frist with former Acting Assistant Secretary for Health Karen DeSalvo reflect on lessons learned from the Flint lead poisoning crisis in this opinion piece published by Forbes.