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Join the American Public Health Association in-person in Boston, MA, Nov. 6-9 for APHA’s 2022 Annual Meeting & Expo and the 150th anniversary celebration
PHERN, or the Public Health and Equity Resource Navigator, is a new web-based platform housing over 1,000 curated resources to help changemakers find information and resources to end the pandemic, advance equity, and build a resilient, robust, sustainable public health system for the future.
Join the Network for Public Health Law in Baltimore to examine the use of public health measures to mitigate harm from COVID-19, recent legislative and other efforts to severely limit these measures, and strategies to strengthen public health’s capacity to protect communities and advance health and racial equity.
Pathways to Population Health Equity (P2PHE) is a framework and set of tools designed to support public health leaders to strategically advance population health, well-being, and equity.
The newly released Pathways to Population Health Equity offers a framework, roadmaps, compass, and tools for public health practitioners to build a more prepared, resilient, and proactive public health system at every level.
Incorporating Principles of Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Climate Adaptation Planning (2022)
State, tribal, territorial, and local health departments are addressing the urgent need to adapt to the health impacts of climate change. To aid in these efforts, CDC’s Building Resilience Against Climate Effects, or BRACE, framework was created to navigate the health adaptation process.
This virtual event hosted by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine will explore issues related to the multi-sector workforce for population health improvement.
Hosted by APHA, the Alliance for Disease Prevention and Response, and the COVID Collaborative, this online event will feature speakers sharing the value of public health as a safety net to protect people against widespread illness, harm, and death where they live, work, worship, learn and play.
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