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2024 Pennsylvania Health Equity Summit: Uniting for Joy, Justice, and Equity

The Pennsylvania Department of Health, in partnership with Harrisburg University, is organizing a statewide Health Equity Summit on April 4-5 in Harrisburg and online, themed “Joy and Justice.”

The summit aims to eliminate health disparities in Pennsylvania by 2030 by bringing together stakeholders from various sectors to discuss solutions for improving health equity. Key areas of focus will include social determinants of health, maternal health, environmental justice, climate change, and health equity policy.

Dr. Debra Bogen emphasized the importance of this event in aligning with the State Health Improvement Plan’s objectives.

Anthony Iton, Senior Vice President for The California Endowment, will be the keynote speaker on April 5. The event will include panel discussions, and registration is open until March 22. The summit will be held at UPMC Health Tower and the Harrisburg University main campus building, with options to attend in-person or virtually.

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