Here you will find general news and announcements about AZPHA. Specific information about upcoming events
is found under the Get Involved tab above.
Don't forget to vote! Today is the LAST DAY to cast your ballot for the 2013-2014 board! Voting ends at 5pm so check out the member voting information
We are seeking a highly qualified applicant for a project in conjunction with SLHI. Details available here
, contact AzPHA with questions.
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
First Studio - 631 N. 1st Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85003
As we honor the
2013 AzPHA Award Winners
6pm Presentation by
Betsy Thompson, MD, MSPH, DrPH
Chief Medical Officer, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Region IX
Captain, U.S. Public Health Service
RADM Nadine Simons, MS, RNRear Admiral, Assistant Surgeon General
Regional Health Administrator
US Dept. of Health & Human Services, Region IX
7pm Awards Presentation
Heavy hors d’oeuvres & drinks hosted
$100 per person (Discounted $75 for AzPHA Members)
Register online at www.azpha.org.
Be sure to acknowledge a colleague for their work and nominate someone today. We have a variety of awards acknowledging students, public health professionals, advocates and more! Check it out on our Awards page
The Arizona Public Health Association (AzPHA) invites you to submit an application for the poster session at the AzPHA 85th Annual Meeting on September 26, 2013 at the Phoenix Zoo. The purpose of this session is to share information and exchange knowledge with other public health professionals. The theme of the upcoming meeting is It Takes A Village: Achieving Healthy Communities.
Prices go up August 1st, so register now
for our 85th Annual Fall Meeting! Be sure to log in for member pricing!
Check out our new webpage for the PHACT (Public Health ACTion) Campaign. Click on the icon on the right or visit the page now.
Talking PUBLIC HEALTH: Tips for a Successful Visit with your Elected OfficialPurpose: This 60 minute webinar is designed for any AzPHA member who would like to learn more about the AzPHA Public Health ACTion (PHACT) Campaign. The first 30 minutes will provide an overview of the AzPHA PHACT Campaign including the goals of the plan and provide tips for AzPHA members to successfully schedule and attend visits with candidates running for congressional office. The last 30 minutes will consist of a question and answer period where webinar participants can discuss further details about the PHACT Campaign, how they might join the AzPHA efforts to educate and initiate dialog with Arizona candidates for public office and to learn more details on how to conduct a successful visit.
Be sure to check out the AzPHA Awards
page to nominate your fellow colleague or organization making huge improvements to the health of the Arizona community.
is now open as well.