The Council on Black Health (CBH) seeks to have a significant impact on health in Black communities through collaboration, discovery, and innovation. Formerly known as the African American Collaborative Obesity Research Network (AACORN), the CBH builds on AACORN’s 15-year legacy of developing and distributing information about ways to improve the health status of Black Americans.
The Inaugural Council on Black Health National Workshop will focus on building the collective capacity of Black scholars, institutions and change agents to plan and promote a high impact action agenda devoted to changing the course of Black health for the better and for the long term. The 2020 priorities for closing research-to-action translation gaps will point the way to positive impacts on Black health risks and outcomes.
Plan to attend this workshop and lend your energy, experience, expertise and perspectives to the dialogue.
Why You Should Attend
By attending this workshop you will have the opportunity to provide input on CBH research action priorities for 2020; contribute to a vision for realizing healthy Black communities; and engage in dialogue with other researchers, organizations, and change agents who are committed to this vision.
We have secured a room block at The Study at University City for hotel accommodations. The rate is $183.00 per night.
There are some financial assistance packages available to support workshop attendance.