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AHD Webinar Series: Ask Me Anything – Academic Health Department Partnerships

Category: Program

Related Categories: Council on Linkages, Workforce Development

Location: Virtual Meeting

Start Date: 11/2/2022

End Date: 11/2/2022

Virtual Meeting Archive​​​​

Academic health department (AHD) partnerships – formal partnerships between health departments and academic institutions – have the potential to enhance the capacity of the organizations involved and offer a variety of benefits.

The Council on Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice (Council on Linkages) and the Public Health Foundation (PHF) held their first ever Ask Me Anything focused on AHD partnerships on Wednesday, November 2, 2022 from 2-3pm EDT. During this interactive virtual meeting, a brief overview of AHD partnerships and the latest updates on the AHD Learning Community were provided and then the microphone was turned over to participants to ask anything they’d like to know about AHD partnerships. Speakers included C. William Keck, MD, MPH, Chair of the Council on Linkages and AHD Learning Community; Kathleen Amos, MLIS, Director, Academic/Practice Linkages, PHF; and meeting participants who shared their own experiences and expertise, as well as their questions.  

Presentation Slides
Download the presentation slides​ for this virtual meeting to learn more.

For more information about this virtual meeting, please contact Kathleen Amos at
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Join the AHD Learning Community listserv to be notified of future events in the AHD Webinar Series or visit the AHD Learning Community online to explore previous webinars​ and other freely available resources to support developing and enhancing AHD partnerships.
The AHD Webinar Series is hosted by the Academic Health Department (AHD) Learning Community. The AHD Learning Community brings together public health and healthcare professionals to share AHD knowledge and experiences and work collaboratively to create resources and tools to support the development, maintenance, and expansion of AHD partnerships. The AHD Learning Community is an initiative of the Council on Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice. Visit the AHD Learning Community webpage or contact Kathleen Amos at for more information.​​​

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AHD Webinar Series: Ask Me Anything – Academic Health Department Partnerships