More than 13,000 attendees who came together at the APHA Annual Meeting in Chicago were urged to implement health in all policies in their everyday work. Read full meeting coverage in this story from The Nation's Health newspaper.
Public health leaders rallied attendees to help create a healthier future during last week's closing session of APHA's Annual Meeting in Chicago.
The Affordable Care Act has helped 16.4 million uninsured people gain health coverage, but roughly half of Americans don’t support the law. Misinformation is a big reason why.
I am so incredibly excited to welcome you all to my hometown — the great city of Chicago!
The theme of “Health In All Policies” will provide a backdrop for APHA’s 143rd Annual Meeting and Exposition, which will gather in the windy city of Chicago next week.
Public Health Newswire spoke with APHA's Distinguished Public Health Legislator of the Year, Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey.
At the APHA Annual Meeting in Chicago the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation will share a framework that shows what drives better population health and well-being, and what the measurable outcomes look like.
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.
You can buy a lot of “I love public health” T-shirts for $115-120. Or you can save that much money by registering today for our Annual Meeting and Exposition in Chicago.
Imagine 13,000 people wearing a shirt that says: “I love public health.” APHA’s 143rd Annual Meeting in Chicago might make it happen.