AUTHOR ARCHIVE

Thank You, Public Health Professionals!

Workforce


High-five a hero for Public Health Thank You Day
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Mark Barna

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November 21, 2022

Show your appreciation with APHA’s graphics
Daniel Dawes

2022 Annual Meeting


Moving public health forward with better communication, community relations
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Mark Barna

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November 09, 2022

Despite many successes during the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. public health made mistakes in messaging, relationship-building and sometimes in attitude that hindered care.
Umair Shah and Catherine Troisi

2022 Annual Meeting


Applying lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic
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Mark Barna

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November 08, 2022

Panelists weighed in on what was learned during the pandemic and how best to apply lessons in the future.
A father plays with his young daughter on playground equipment.

2022 Annual Meeting


Healthy People 2030: Empowering states, communities to improve health
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Mark Barna

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November 07, 2022

States, local governments use objectives as benchmark to assess community needs.
Theodore Brown and Lawrence Gostin

2022 Annual Meeting


Monday General Session: Historians look back at 150 years of U.S. public health
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Mark Barna

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November 07, 2022

Today’s politicization of public health harms community and health equity, panelists said.
Loretta Ross

2022 Annual Meeting


Opening General session: “Love and respect needs to be our public health strategy.”
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Mark Barna

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November 06, 2022

Keynote speaker Loretta Ross offered a new framework for handling pushback to public health.
Student attendees at the National Student Meeting

2022 Annual Meeting


Public health experts offer guidance, encouragement at National Student Meeting
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Mark Barna

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November 05, 2022

“No one knows how to communicate better than you guys do.”
Public Health Then & Now book cover


Essay collection examines public health history, lessons learned
by

Mark Barna

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November 02, 2022

New book shares content from APHA’s American Journal of Public Health
Policy Action Institute logo


Improving health through innovation, partnerships and policy
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Mark Barna

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June 17, 2022

APHA’s Policy Action Institute explores lessons learned, new strategies for advancing public health
Wildfire smoke creates haze in Washington state

Climate Change


Washington leaders partnering to address climate-related threats
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Mark Barna

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May 24, 2022

Heat waves, wildfire smoke endangering health in Pacific Northwest
Dr. Benjamin of APHA


Public health graduates can change the health of America
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Mark Barna

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May 06, 2022

APHA’s Benjamin encourages newest professionals to translate knowledge into improving population health