APHA


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APHA

 
American Public Health Association.

APHA

American Public Health Association.
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"Whether you're shopping, banking or registering for events, logging into online accounts via an email address is standard practice," said Ellen Galant, APHA's director of membership services.
Intrigued by European health exhibits he saw on a trip in 1930, he used the APHA to promote American exhibits combining accurate health information with showmanship.
APHA's most recent meeting concluded just last November.
Leaders chosen in the elections will assume office after the close of APHA's 2019 Annual Meeting and Expo in Philadelphia.
APHA's Joint Policy Committee and Science Board will review the proposals and comments in May.
"Presenting at APHA's Annual Meeting is a must for public health professionals," Donna Wright, APHA's manager of scientific session development, told The Nation's Health.
The center "will serve as the epicenter for public health action on climate change," said APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin, MD, at a Nov.
Governing Council members also elected three members to the APHA Nominations Committee, which develops the slate of candidates for APHA's annual elections.
APHA members are encouraged to submit their proposals for new statements through their respective member groups, such as their Section, Special Primary Interest Group, Student Assembly, Forum, Caucus or Affiliate.
Public health professionals can register for APHA Live and gain online access to select sessions from November's Annual Meeting.
"APHA has shifted its efforts into overdrive, leaning into our historical perspective and wielding our influence to push back against decisions and developments that inflict harm," Benjamin wrote.
This year's theme, "Creating the Healthiest Nation: Health Equity Now," will be a running thread throughout the meeting's activities, but like all APHA Annual Meetings, the gathering's hundreds of scientific sessions and events will cover the full spectrum of the public health discipline, from the traditional to the cutting edge.