Assistant Professor of Public Health Sciences Aaron Pannone represented the department in presentations to the MAPP 2 Health Leadership Council on Wednesday, August 17th at City Space in downtown Charlottesville. Pannone is participating as part of the core group for the Thomas Jefferson Health District’s community needs assessment and strategic improvement plan. MAPP is a framework for community needs assessment and stands for Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships. The Thomas Jefferson Health District provides public health services to the residents of Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Nelson, and Albemarle counties and the City of Charlottesville. Participating groups in the MAPP Leadership Council include, for example, board of supervisor members, city leaders, leadership from local hospitals, directors of community agencies, representatives from schools, and many others.
Pannone presents to MAPP Council for TJHD