Webinar

The PHX webinars are a flexible offering that allow you to learn more about a population health topic on your own time. Join us for live-streaming of a webinar or come back and watch it later.

Webinar | October 29th, 2019

Implementing Lean Strategies in Healthcare Organizations

Healthcare organizations are constantly looking for ways to improve efficiency and manage rising costs, while still delivering the best quality of care and a great patient experience. Lean management is a quality improvement process designed for reducing waste and variation.

Webinar | March 27th, 2019

Mental Health Stigma

In this webinar, Sarah Ketchen Lipson, Assistant Professor of Health Law Policy and Management, takes a deep dive into mental health stigma, examining different forms of stigma, relationships between stigma and mental health service utilization, and trends in stigma over time

Webinar | December 7th, 2018

How Denmark Got Its Bicycles

Denmark is one of the most bicycle-friendly countries in the world, with more than 11,000 miles of bike lanes and paths, but this was not something that happened overnight. Join international health policy and strategy advisor, Agis Tsouros, as he discusses the extensive planning that goes into making cities healthier.

Webinar | January 11th, 2018

Engage and Inspire Your Audience with Story Maps

With a Story Map, you can combine your maps with narrative text that you create and edit on demand, images, and multimedia content to create compelling, user-friendly web apps (known as Story Maps) that simply tell the story of your data.

Webinar | August 27th, 2017

Social Media Presence

Whether you’re doing it for yourself or for your organization or institution, understanding how to use social media to reach your audience can be an invaluable tool. Join Michelle Samuels, Assistant Editor and Social Media Coordinator for BU School of Public Health, to learn how you can leverage the power of social media to reach your goals.

Webinar | June 14th, 2017

Communicating Science

Ever wonder how to get your audience excited about your research? Join Suzy Sarfaty, MD and Chase Crossno, MPH to reframe the way you think about communication.

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