APHA


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APHA

 
American Public Health Association.

APHA

American Public Health Association.

APhA

American Pharmaceutical Association.

APHA

abbreviation for American Public Health Association.

APHA

American Public Health Association.
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The Association's new school-sponsored student membership category launched last year, giving public health schools and programs the chance to purchase APHA memberships for their students at a discounted rate.
In announcing Olden's award, APHA chair for the environmental section Captain Patrick O.
Rather, many offerings at last year's APHA gerontology sessions centered on two relatively new questions: how to operate nursing homes and home health care as part of a long-term continuum of care, and what should be done with the discovery that a small minority of the elderly consume an overwhelming percentage of publicly-financed health care.
APHA Distinguished Public Health Legislator of the Year: Sen.
APHA Live users can watch sessions as they happen from anywhere with internet access, or they can watch later, on their own time.
APHA members also say they greatly value their subscription to the American Journal of Public Health, the Association's monthly publication of original, peer-reviewed research and commentary.
APHA membership can push a career forward, not only in the leadership and networking opportunities it provides, but also in education: APHA members are eligible for a 10 percent tuition discount for the Master of Public Health program at Benedictine University, a Council on Education for Public Health-accredited institution.
APHA focuses on several issues affecting personal and environmental health, including federal and state funding for health programs, pollution control, programs and policies related to chronic and infectious diseases, a smoke-free society by the year 2000, and professional education in public health.
Updated versions of the proposals will be posted to the APHA website in early fall.
The new program is beneficial to students, as they have the opportunity as APHA members to connect with public health leaders and develop career skills.
APHA Executive Director Citation: APHA member Joyce Gaufin, former APHA president and public health consultant, who is being honored for her work in leadership development;
John Hickenlooper and APHA President Camara Jones, MD, PhD, MPH.