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Five Black women

Annual Meeting


Tackling racism, harmful beliefs to improve Black women’s health
by

Donya Currie

on

October 28, 2020

“We need continued and sustained support of positive representation and celebration of Black women.”
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Annual Meeting / Health Equity


Want to dismantle Black maternal health disparities? Listen to Black women
by

Donya Currie

on

October 26, 2020

Session takes a look at causes and solutions of obstetric violence.
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Annual Meeting


Our first virtual Public Health Expo is full of fun surprises
by

Donya Currie

on

October 25, 2020

Meet exhibitors, pick up swag and make new connections.
APHA 2020 Virtual logo

Annual Meeting


Don’t miss the 2020 Annual Meeting early events and content starting today!
by

Donya Currie

on

October 19, 2020

Poster sessions, short films and more are available to all registered attendees
United States Census 2020

All Things APHA


Accurate 2020 census count is critical for public health
by

Donya Currie

on

September 01, 2020

Help everyone get counted before the Sept. 30 deadline
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Coronavirus / Health Equity


Help find a vaccine for COVID-19
by

Donya Currie

on

August 18, 2020

Adults 18 and older needed for clinical prevention studies
APHA 2020 Virtual logo

Annual Meeting


APHA 2020: Breaking new ground
by

Donya Currie

on

July 07, 2020

A Q&A with APHA's Anna Keller
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Coronavirus / Infectious Disease


Please stay home
by

Donya Currie

on

April 03, 2020

"Together we are the best defense against this pandemic."
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Coronavirus / Infectious Disease


COVID-19 is a pandemic, "but people should not panic."
by

Donya Currie

on

March 12, 2020

APHA's Georges Benjamin, MD, shares some reassurance and reminders
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Infectious Disease / All Things APHA / Health Topics / Coronavirus


APHA helping spread facts, not fear, about the novel coronavirus
by

Donya Currie

on

March 05, 2020

We're stressing "the importance of science-based decisionmaking and clear, factual communications."