Many state and local health departments are transitioning from complex in-person conferences (not just a one-time committee/group meeting) to be fully virtual. I'd be interested in a best practice guide, across any discipline that suggests ideas to host multiple, day-long training's, that otherwise would be reasonable if in person.
Picture this: there is an in-person, daylong conference with multiple breakout sessions. How might this be restructured when transitioning to be virtual? Should the strategy be focused on more on-demand/ pre-recorded training's? This obviously omits the benefit of real-time webinars. Any best practice guides or lessons learned?
It was great to have you involved in the conversation! Thank you for joining us for NA360 virtual. We hope you continue to learn and grow by staying involved with NACCHO after the conference and by taking advantage of our various resources and opportunities. I know I'm definitely going to login to the conference next week to check out the on-demand sessions and posters. Feel free to reach out to NACCHO if you are ever looking for more resources to help as a health educator.
Since I saw you posting lots of questions in our health equity sessions, I want to also direct you to our health equity website page: https://www.naccho.org/programs/public-health-infrastructure/health-equityWe have tons of online resources that address systemic racism and inequality, including online training and a recommended reading list from our staff expert Richard Hofrichter. I'm glad to hear that you enjoyed the conference and we look forward to hearing from you soon.