Public-Private Partnerships for Community Health
The health and well-being of our cities is at a critical tipping point, as new innovation lies in cities ability to create community and help benefit their overall citizen health and well-being. Solutions aren’t easy, but this panel will tackle how cities can use new innovative design, education and public-private partnerships to benefit public health, using cities across the country to provide free sunscreen to meet the bold goal of reducing skin cancer in cities by 20% by the year 2025.
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- What do you think cities have, in terms of innovation, that will allow for BrightGuard to be successful in the long run?
- How will BrightGuard's sun-towers, stations and dispensers help reduce the national cost spent on skin cancer treatment and research annually?
- How will BrightGuard's community efforts ensure sunscreen will no longer be unaccessible to certain groups of individuals and communities?
- Ryan Warren, CEO, BrightGuard
- Mitchell Silver , NYC Parks Department Commissioner, NYC Parks Department
- Deb Girard, Executive Director, IMPACT Melanoma
- Jason Mackenzie , Projects and Services Coordinator, City of Tampa
Stephanie Jerome, Coordinator, BrightGuard
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