What is AzPHA?
We are a membership organization that works to improve the level of health and well-being for all Arizonans through advocacy, education and professional development. AzPHA is a non-profit organization that has been in business since 1928. Our members include health care professionals, state and county health employees, health educators, community advocates, doctors, nurses, students and faculty, and anyone who is interested in public health issues.
A non-profit, professional organization working to improve the health of Arizona's communities through advocacy, education, and professional development.
Healthy communities for all Arizonans.
What Is Public Health?
Public health focuses on creating healthy communities through research, promotion of healthy lifestyles, and education. Public health focuses on disease and injury prevention, as well as health promotion. The focus is on a community as a whole, versus just focusing on one individual. Public health really encompasses all that is related to quality of life and well-being.
AzPHA News &
Spring 2016 Conference
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For the conference agenda, please click here.
To register, please click here.
*Early bird registration closes February 19, 2016!*
To become a sponsor, please click here for sponsorship opportunities.
Call for Posters
Arizona Public Health Association is accepting abstracts for student poster presentations at the 2016 Spring Conference at the Desert Willow Conference Center in Phoenix, AZ on . We encourage abstracts in all areas of public health from all public health disciplines, including colleges and universities. This is a great opportunity to showcase your work to Arizonan public health professionals from various backgrounds and institutions, and make connections with future colleagues. For more details, click here.