NACDD offers a variety of services to support our Members’ work to reduce the burden of chronic diseases in every U.S. state and territory.
Our experienced Meeting and Events team supports the planning and execution of more than 60 chronic disease programming events across the U.S. and its territories.
Below find a calendar of events and meetings that are open to all NACDD Members, partners, and funders. Members-only meetings and events can be found on the NACDD Engagement Community calendar.
Looking for recordings of previous General Member Webinars? Find them at the Webinar Library.
To submit a virtual Meeting Service Request, please complete the Smartsheet form and someone will respond to you shortly.
To submit an in-person Meeting Services Request, please fill out the Meeting and Event 2022 In Person at the link and submit it.
NACDD's monthly GEAR UP Journal Club is an opportunity to read/listen to and discuss popular and academic articles/blogs, podcasts, and talks focused on evidence-based public health, leadership, and management. We meet the third Thursday of the month from 3-3:30 Eastern.
All participants of the Walkability Action Institute (WAI) or Walkability Virtual Academy (WVA) are invited to join the nationwide NACDD Walkability Network, and come together for a bi-monthly peer group meeting to discuss walkability related implementation, TA needs, and emerging hot topics. This is co-facilitated by NACDD's Karma Harris and Healthy Places by Design's Phil […]
The purpose of Health Systems / CVH Network is to support health departments to implement population health improvement strategies in healthcare systems, which is primarily associated with CDC DHDSP funded activities in the 1815 and 1817 grants. This means providing health departments with: • forums for sharing ideas on how to implement interventions and generally […]
This is the third in a series of webinars focused on environmental risk factors for cancer. This webinar will focus on examples of what states have done to address environmental risk factors.