The Agents of Change Summit returns on February 10 & 11, 2020 with new research, case studies, technologies, and insights to help Public Health Professionals change health behaviors in their communities. Designed specifically for those who challenge the status quo, #AOCS20 will equip over 700 practitioners with the latest evidence-based strategies and technological tools that can help inspire health behavior change in communities large and small.
The 2020 Summit will expand on topics covered in previous years, like tobacco, physical activity, nutrition, and sexual health, by diving deeper into important issues such as opioid misuse, vaping, and mental health. By attending the Summit, you can immerse yourself in an environment of innovation that brings change agents together with science and technology experts to learn and collaborate towards more effective public health programs.
Join 700+ distinguished leaders in public health, government, non-profit, digital and social media, marketing and technology to change health behaviors for social good. Become a Summit sponsor and claim your place as a leader in behavior change today.
Over 2 days, hundreds of industry-leading practitioners, scientists and creatives in behavior change will be exploring new tools and forging new partnerships. Become part of the Agents of Change experience and showcase your products, brand, and thought leadership with health communicators, program managers, social marketers, to technology and media innovators looking to increase the impact of their programs.
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