Reimagining Health in Cities:
Challenges & New Directions
Today’s cities face many challenges, including climate change, rising inequality, and health disparities. Yet urban environments offer optimum opportunities for the development of innovative programs and policies that can improve population health. The biennial Drexel Urban Health Symposium brings together researchers, practitioners, and policy makers to spark conversations and new ideas about how to turn evidence into action, share creative methods and solutions, and stimulate debate among participants from diverse perspectives and fields.
Poster Session and Reception
A poster session and reception will take place on the afternoon of September 5, 2019. The poster session will cover a broad range of research topics related to urban health and provide an informal setting to discuss the themes of the symposium.
Symposium Registration Rates
DEADLINE to register is August 22, 2019
General Registration – $250
*Student Registration (early bird does not apply) – $100
Early Bird Registration (before June 15) – $200
*Student registration is for students currently enrolled full time in an undergraduate or graduate program who are actively pursuing a degree at any college or university. Proof of current enrollment may be required upon check-in.
The symposium registration fee covers attendance for the full program on September 5th and 6th, and includes continental breakfast on both days, a box lunch on September 5th, and an afternoon poster session and reception on Thursday, September 5th. Pre-symposium event registration is not included in the symposium registration fee.