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The Office of Long-Term Living (OLTL) has announced an upcoming transportation summit planned for December 11, 2023, from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm.

The purpose of this meeting is to have a full and robust discussion about transportation issues and needs. There will be staff from various programs on the call, including the Managed Care Organizations (MCO) and transportation brokers, Medical Assistance Transportation Program (MATP), and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). They will be discussing their programs and will be available to answer any questions.

Attendees are encouraged to send questions in advance of the meeting and should be sent to Cortney Alvord via email. Attendees can also ask questions during the webinar by either raising their hand, at which point they will be unmuted, or by asking their question in the chat box.

This meeting is open to the public, transportation providers, and anyone interested in transportation issues in the Community HealthChoices (CHC) Program.

To participate in the meeting, the call information is provided below:

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Structural Racism and Public Health: How to Talk to Policymakers and Community Members
November 28, 2023
3:00 pm ET; 12:00 pm PT
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Cities are vibrant hubs of cultural and ethnic diversity, economic opportunities, and civic engagement. Yet these communities also endure complex health equity challenges. Many barriers to good health are rooted in structural racism — an unjust system of laws, procedures, and beliefs that cement racial and ethnic inequity. A critical step in addressing these inequities will be learning how to communicate effectively about them with members of our communities and policymakers. During this webinar from the Public Health Communications Collaborative, expert panelists will share key findings from their research on policy-oriented and public-oriented communications about structural racism and public health.

Session topics will address:

  • Evidence-based messaging and communication strategies to engage with residents and decision-makers across sectors;
  • The intersections of public policy and public health in advancing health equity; and
  • The perspectives of public policy influencers and their role in advancing public health agendas.

Public health communicators will leave the session with actionable strategies and new resources to leverage across audiences.