Public health now has an opportunity “unlike any time in recent history,” according our nation’s top doctor.
Now that National Public Health Week 2016 has come to a close, another week of hundreds of activities and public health awareness programs is on the books. APHA, its affiliated state and regional public health associations and supporters across the country celebrated in so many ways.
On April 6, APHA hosted its annual National Public Health Week Twitter chat. Engaging with more than 1,000 people and organizations, the chat serves as a conversation about the best and most exciting aspects of public health, on scales large and small.
During National Public Health Week, APHA is taking many steps to create Healthiest Nation 2030 — literally. We want you to join us.
What will it take for the U.S. to become the healthiest nation? As a nationwide audience found out during yesterday’s National Public Health Week Forum, the answer is more than good health care.
Despite tremendous improvements in health, Americans live shorter lives and suffer worse health outcomes than people in many other high-income countries. We're working this week to change that.
In recognition of National Public Health Week, President Barack Obama issued a proclamation recognizing the value public health workers deliver to our country every day.
You’ve made public health become the nation’s leading talking point two years in a row. For year three, let’s make #NPHWchat reach No. 1 worldwide.
Fact: We can create the healthiest nation in eight steps. Let our new National Public Health Week 2016 website show you how.
Check out National Public Health Week's community event in July's edition of The Nation's Health, APHA's newspaper.
Check out National Public Health Week highlights in July's edition of The Nation's Health, APHA's newspaper.
Check out the three fantastic winners of APHA's “We Can Do Better” contest, held during NPHW 2015, where we asked individuals, families and communities to show us how they are working to make the U.S. the healthiest nation by 2030.