APHA Update - September 2016

Submitted by Shasta Jorgensen, Affiliate Representative to the Affiliate Governing Council

Today is APHA’s Get Ready Day!
Get Ready Day is part of National Preparedness Month, which urges all Americans to prepare, plan and stay informed each September. Get involved by sharing APHA’s preparedness fact sheets, infographics and e-cards and download their new Pepper the Prepper Cat Coloring Book. Click here for more information and materials. Don’t miss APHA’s new music video, "One Chance (To Get Ready)." Inspired by Drake’s “One Chance,” the video has preparedness-themed lyrics and tips for packing your stockpile, taking shelter and more.APHA Affliate logo rgb

Lights, camera,  APHA  action!
Check out APHA’s new videos!  They have posted short clips on some great topics such as advancing your career, using APHA to bolster your professional network, getting the most out of the Annual Meeting, earning CE credits and navigating APHA.org. They also feature a recording of the Sept. 6 live APHA Town Hall with Executive Director Georges Benjamin and Associate Executive Director Susan Polan, who offer a look inside APHA. Check them out! 

Highlights from The Nation’s Health
I have found this newsletter to be very informative. Want to stay up with what’s happening in public health? Sign up for Highlights from The Nation’s Health, the monthly e-newsletter from APHA’s newspaper. This free newsletter shares stories from The Nation’s Health as they’re published — and you don’t need to be a member to receive it. Sign up now!

APHA Annual Meeting – Who’s Going?
Hey, NHPHA Members! Who’s going to the APHA Annual Meeting in Denver this year? Are you presenting a poster, on a panel, and/or attending? Please email me at Shasta.jorgensen@gmail.com and let me know if you are going. I will plan an informal night for NHPHA members to get together, have dinner and share stories from the conference.
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