PM22 Awards Ceremony
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Video Transcription
Well, it is hard to believe that it has been four days since I said hello on Tuesday, no, I guess it was Wednesday. What a great meeting.
Can we please give a round of applause to our chair, our vice chair, and our ACPM staff? What a wonderful opportunity for us to all be back together in person celebrating science,
celebrating network, and celebrating the achievements for public health and preventive medicine. But not only what we have done, but what we see we can do in the future.
And what a better way to celebrate and to sort of wrap up the end of the meeting than with an awards ceremony.
We have so many of our individuals who give of their lifeblood, their time, their effort, their enthusiasm and their commitment to move the field of preventive medicine and
public health forward. And it is by doing this that we are able to do the tremendous amount of work that we need
to do to help advance the health of our communities and the populations that we serve. So it is such an honor to be here on the final day of an outstanding conference, but also
to recognize those who have given so much time, so much effort, and can be recognized today. We'll also be thanking many of the contributors who have made the awards possible.
As you know, several of them carry cash prizes, and that's always nice, especially for our residents.
So we have a wonderful opportunity this morning to recognize so many of the group. And I really have to offer a special recognition and a shout out to the awards subcommittee.
So Dr. Miriam Alexander is our chair of this subcommittee, and she's going to come forward and introduce and, of course, recognize all the members of this subcommittee who, again,
Video Summary
The video transcript is from an awards ceremony at a conference for preventive medicine and public health. The speaker acknowledges the achievements and contributions of individuals in the field and announces various awards and scholarships. Winners are recognized for their work in areas such as health equity, cancer prevention, and maternal health. The speaker also thanks the organizations and individuals who have provided funding and support for the awards. It is mentioned that this is the largest class of fellows ever, and the process to become a fellow is described as being easier this year. The video concludes by inviting attendees to stay for the final session of the conference.
Asset Subtitle
Speaker Lecture
awards ceremony
preventive medicine
public health
health equity
cancer prevention
maternal health

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