If you’re looking for ways to support the next generation of public health leaders, the APHA Leadership Challenge is a perfect fit.
Ever wonder where the hundreds of fascinating APHA Annual Meeting scientific sessions actually come from? The answer is pretty simple.
Public health leaders rallied attendees to help create a healthier future during last week's closing session of APHA's Annual Meeting in Chicago.
I am so incredibly excited to welcome you all to my hometown — the great city of Chicago!
The leaves are falling, the air feels cooler and the grocery stores are filled with orange pumpkins and bite-sized candy bars. It all points to one much-anticipated event.
For the third year in a row, meeting attendees can download the APHA Annual Meeting mobile app for easy access to all the information related to the Annual Meeting, including the massive meeting program.
Bittersweet. That’s one way to describe getting ready for APHA’s 142nd Annual Meeting & Exposition in New Orleans, marking the Association's first return to the city since before Hurricane Katrina.
It's my pleasure to welcome you to APHA's 141st Annual Meeting and Exposition! In the past year, APHA staff and members have been hard at work organizing another dynamic and vibrant Annual Meeting.
In case you missed it, catch up on full coverage of APHA's 140th Annual Meeting on our blog.
CDC Deputy Director Judith Monroe kicked off an APHA Midyear Meeting session Wednesday with jellyfish. Not actual jellyfish. A story about jellyfish, as a metaphor for the kind of adaptation and transformation that public health must undergo.
Medicine cannot exist without public health; public health cannot exist without medicine, said J. Michael McGinnis during Wednesday's APHA Midyear Meeting plenary session on integrating public health and clinical care.
Former CMS Administrator Don Berwick addressed the 2012 APHA Midyear Meeting this week in Charlotte, N.C, addressing how public health can thrive in a changing health care landscape.