As the civic landscape of health changes, understanding the issues that impact the health of children and adolescents is of the utmost importance. By accurately measuring public opinion and attitudes towards the current problems endangering child health, we can ensure that these perspectives are incorporated into service and care. Voices of Child Health in Chicago based at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, which includes a partnership with the Chicago Department of Public Health, is leading the charge to ensure that civic attention is focused on leading health issues of children and adolescents.
Join our Civic Affairs Forum for a discussion on the unique challenges facing child health in Chicago and how we can contribute to a stronger, healthier future.
Directions to the Event:
Please enter at the Chicago Avenue entrance. Take the escalators up to the Second Floor to The Executives’ Club reception table to receive a badge. Then take the elevators on the West side of the floor to the 11th floor conference center.
Parking: Parking is available in the Huron-Superior Parking Garage. Please use the garage entrance on E. Huron Street. Take the Southeast elevators to Second Floor and proceed to the pedestrian bridge on the Second Floor, which connects to the hospital.