Our Public Health Grand Rounds series features presentations about significant public health issues and the challenges they pose. This series is intended to promote a dialogue within the Health Department and with the Vermont professional community. Join in person or via live WebEx broadcast.
Recorded presentations are available below for later viewing.
Grand Rounds are held at the same time and location unless otherwise noted. WebEx connection information will be provided below shortly before the presentation date.
Time: 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.
Location: Health Department Conference Room 2B; 108 Cherry St., Burlington, VT (map)
|June 22 2017||Children thrive when we respond to their realities: How we can improve child health through policies that address and alleviate economic hardships||Richard Sheward||Watch Recording|
|August 24 2017||SBIRT for Substance Use Disorders||Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Programs|
|September 28 2017||Injury Burden||Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Injury Prevention|
|October 26 2017||Spotlight Sessions||Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Injury Prevention|
|December 28 2017||Endocartitis in IDU Study||Health Surveillance|
June 22, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Meeting Number: 735 536 081
Meeting Password: GjUEicc4
Join by phone:
1-877-668-4493 or 1-650-479-3208
Access code: 735 536 081
Toll-free calling restrictions
|2016 10/27||Opioids in Vermont: Prevalence, Risk, and Impact||Presentation slides only|
|2017 02/23||Suicide in Vermont – What does the data tell us?||Not yet available|
|2017 03/22||Marijuana Legalization: Lessons Learned from Washington State and Colorado||Watch Recording|
|2017 03/23||Further Progress in Reducing Underage Drinking in Vermont and Addressing Prescription Drug Misuse: Findings from the Evaluation of Vermont’s Partnerships for Success II Grant||Not yet available|
|2017 05/25||Bringing Data to Life: The Power of Storytelling in Evaluation and Health Promotion||Watch Recording|
|2017 06/22||Children thrive when we respond to their realities: How we can improve child health through policies that address and alleviate economic hardships||Watch Recording|