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July is UV Safety Month! Remember to have fun in the sun but don't forget to protect yourself and family from UV rays.
#thisispublichealth #uvsafetymonth #sunsafety
Amid an “infodemic” of excess #COVID19 messaging, scientists created a social media resource @DearPandemic to educate and empower individuals to navigate overwhelming amounts of information—read more in #PublicHealthReports
4.2 million people worldwide die annually from air pollution. The SCOTUS 6-3 ruling will have significant negative consequences for population health & wellbeing. We urge further action by Congress. Read more: http://rb.gy/oqvvce
We are pleased to welcome East Carolina University & the University of Delaware Master of Public Health Programs as our newest members. Learn more about their programs, faculty, & initiatives on their websites: http://rb.gy/9ii5rq & http://rb.gy/yulivm
We believe that #publichealth improves health for everyone, everywhere. We are passionate about pursuing our mission. We prioritize the wellbeing of our staff, our members, and community.
#pride #pridemonth #lgbtq #DEI #ThisIsPublicHealth
When the SCOTUS decision on #RoeVsWade was leaked, we put out a statement expressing our concerns & we will continue to advocate for access to family planning services as an essential component of #publichealth.
@usphscc rehabilitation specialists, deployed with a #COVID19 augmentation team, helped improve care at a hospital overwhelmed with patients. Learn more about mobilizing rehabilitation specialists during #publichealth emergencies in #PublicHealthReports
We are so pleased to see the Senate pass the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act. We applaud Sens. @ChrisMurphyCT & @JohnCornyn for their leadership in moving the first significant #GunSafety bill in decades. Please see our letter in support of the bill here. http://ow.ly/KFq650JGF3g
CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 2022 graduating from your schools and programs! ASPPH is honored to have assisted you in any way during this process and confident that your fine graduates will truly make a difference in our world.
ASPPH recognizes #Juneteenth. On June 19, 1865, #freedom was proclaimed for enslaved people in Texas. Jubilee & celebration of this historic milestone should be tempered by the acknowledgement of contemporary forms of enslavement: global war, human trafficking, & famine.
It was great to meet in person with ASPPH Section members. We are grateful to all who attended and for their active participation. Thank you to our moderators and panelists. We look forward to continued engagement with you. #ASPPHevents
Mobile produce markets can increase fruit/vegetable consumption in low-income communities. Read #PublicHealthReports commentary on lessons learned from efforts to scale up and sustain an innovative #publichealth program in RI. https://bit.ly/3MsdUWV
Terrific joint session with Diversity & Inclusion and Student Affairs at the ASPPH Sections Retreat. Serving students with a DEIJ lens. #ASPPHevents #DEIJ
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#publichealth #professionals #students
We look forward to engaging with everyone this week, at our first in-person member event since the start of the pandemic.
Today, we welcome 245 attendees to the 2022 ASPPH Sections Retreat. Attendees will have the opportunity to share promising practices, increase knowledge, discuss current issues & challenges at schools & programs of #publichealth, & network in an open environment. #ASPPHevents
#NBPHE is conducting a worldwide “We are Public Health” workforce study through July. Please be sure to participate by taking the survey & sharing the survey link with other #publichealth professionals & organizations.
We are here at the DC #MarchforOurLives. Gun violence prevention is public health and we stand firmly behind #MFOL and its activism. #thisispublichealth #aspphadvocates #stopgunviolence
ASPPH staffers will walk in the DC #marchforourlives on June 11. @AMarch4OurLives's agenda includes immediate action against gun violence to effect policy change & community safety.
#stopgunviolence #thisispublichealth #ASPPHadvocates #MFOL