The California surgeon general is scheduled to speak next month at CHA’s Behavioral Health Care Symposium.
Surgeon General Diana Ramos, MD, will talk on Day 2 about the future of Californians’ health during the conference set for Dec. 5 and 6 in Riverside.
CHA created this symposium with hospital leaders in mind, giving them the opportunity to learn about new investments and policy changes, as well as hear from experts about cutting-edge treatments for mental illness and substance use disorders.
In addition to the surgeon general, attendees will also hear from John Moe, author of “The Hilarious World of Depression” and host of the podcast “Depresh Mode;” Kirsten Barlow, CHA vice president, policy; and Stephanie Welch, deputy secretary of behavioral health, California Health and Human Services Agency.
Full participation in the symposium is required to get professional continuing education (CE) credit. Attendees must complete a post-event survey, attest to participating and, when necessary, provide a professional license number. The amount of CE offered is subject to change.