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Seventh Annual Public-Private Collaborations in Rural Health Meeting

Washington, DC

May 30 - 31, 2019

Grantmakers In Health, in partnership with the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy and the National Rural Health Association, invites you to the Seventh Annual Public-Private Collaborations in Rural Health meeting May 30-31, 2019 in Washington, DC.

At the first Public-Private Collaborations in Rural Health Meeting in 2013, the Rural Health Philanthropy Partnership convened over 120 public and private foundations, researchers, and policymakers to discuss federal programs and foundation-led innovative initiatives in rural areas. Since then, this annual meeting has been an opportunity to connect, share, and engage in conversations on how combined efforts can yield better outcomes for rural communities. With each passing year, the partnership continues to grow in its efforts to improve rural health.

This year’s meeting will explore new territory; continue to strengthen current activities; and leverage regional and national partnerships between foundations, researchers, and federal partners. Participants will have the opportunity to engage and discuss with program and policy experts on issues and projects relevant to improving rural health and efforts.

Register here.

Contact ruralhealthphil@hrsa.gov with any questions.

Make reservations at The Mayflower Hotel (1127 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20036) before May 8, 2018.
 
Download the Meeting Agenda here
Download the Memo to the Foundations and Meeting Participants here.
Download the Speaker Biographies here
Download the Attendee List here.

 

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