An Affiliate of the American Public Health Association

Our goal is to help strengthen the state's public health system to improve health, prevent disease and reduce costs for all. We provide a forum for the exchange of public health information.

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2016 NHPHA Annual Report

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NHPHA Advocacy

Our organization is active in state legislation. We track bills and attend hearings on all matters concerning public health. Our site offers our priorities and our legislative positions.

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We offer both individual and organizational memberships.   

Our benefits include reduced rates at NHPHA sponsored events, our mailings, access to our email list and much more. We increase opportunities to network with others in New Hampshire who are interested in public health.

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We appreciate the generous support of our funders.

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Team Up, Take Action: Partnering for Health Equity Presentations

This conference featured 15 presentations and over 25 presenters. We are pleased to be able to share the slides from the majority of the sessions with you.

Morning Keynote Speaker - Dr. James N. Weinstein

Afternoon Keynote Speaker (Schumann Lecture) - Dr. Camara Jones

Improve Your Capacity to Provide Quality Care & Services to All by Becoming a Culturally Effective Organization

Finding and Using Data for Equity Improvement

Navigating the Intersection of Public Health, Equity and Patient Family Engagement

NH and VT Medicaid: An Assessment of the Two States' Approaches, Where They Are Going, and Implications for Health Equity

Photovoice as a Method to Engage Older Adults of Color and of Language Minorities in New Hampshire

Building a Culture of Health in Communities: One Neighborhood at a Time

Championing a Culture of Health Equity Across Policies, Planning, and Programming: Lessons from Connecticut and Vermont 

Using Data Effectively to Advance Health Equity

Using Data for Improvement

Conversation for Health Equity

Climate Change, Health Equity, and Transportation Planning

The New Contraceptive Measures through a Reproductive Justice LensThe New Contraceptive Measures through a Reproductive Justice Lens

Overcoming Individual and Systemic Barriers to Health Equity for Immigrant Farmworkers and in Diverse Communities