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Arizona Health Improvement Plan Fall Summit

Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) is hosting its fall summit to discuss and share
progress on implementation of the Arizona Health Improvement Plan (AzHIP).
Your input will offer insight into successes and challenges with implementation, as well as
lessons learned to be applied moving forward.
DATE : Tuesday, November 14, 2017
WHERE:  Desert Willow Conference Center
MORE INFO:  Registration Site  
schedule change
November Workgroups are Cancelled

Given that the AzHIP Fall Summit is the same day as the November CHIP workgroups, we are cancelling the November workgroups to make it easier on those who are involved in both.

Workgroups will resume on Tuesday, December 12. At that time, each group will be presented with potential goal statements based on the input attendees have provided so far. Please plan on attending your workgroup(s) in December to provide input on the goal statements that will go in the CHIP. (We are almost there!)

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October HIPMC Meeting Notes Available

Thanks to everyone who came to the October HIPMC meeting. The meeting notes are now available on the HIPMC Events and Archives page

Welcome to our new Steering Committee members, thank you to those who are staying on, and thank you to those who have completed their term.

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HIPMC Steering Committee members
advocate for your cause
Advocacy: Taking Action

The fourth CAN forum in a series from Vitalyst's Change Action Network (CAN) will lead efforts to build capacity to take action in advocacy.

WHEN:  November 16, 9:00-11:30am
WHERE:  Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus-Pine Council (South Mountain, Phoenix)
MORE INFO:  Register
discover innovations
Mini Medical School Presents: The New Era of Prevention Research in Alzheimer's

william burke md ua mini medical school alzheimer's
William Burke, M.D., the director of the Stead Family Memory Center at Banner Alzheimer's Institute, will share current research, myths and facts about the disease, and the Institute's mission to end Alzheimer's disease.

WHEN : Wednesday, December 6, 5:30-7:30pm
WHERE:  UA College of Medicine
MORE INFO:  Event site

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Add Your Work To The CHIP

Thanks to everyone who has contributed objectives to the current CHIP. 

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