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A huge thank you to all of our 2022 UGC moderators, panelists, and attendees! We could not have had such a successful event last week without each & every one of you. #ASPPHevents
If you missed us this year, you can still purchase session recordings at https://t.co/pw39SC9aVu
New #PublicHealthReports shows how US #COVID19 response was not as successful as other comparable countries. Read more about the need to strengthen US public health system capabilities by prioritizing pandemic preparedness & reducing health disparities.
The victims of #HurricaneIan are in our thoughts. As #climatechange becomes more severe, so will the frequency & intensity of major weather events. Visit our full climate change campaign at https://t.co/shb2BkjC4M
.@DeanPNHalkitis explains how the recent Texas court ruling on preventative care is 'rooted in hate' and antithetical to #publichealth. via @phillyinquirer
#ClimateChange disproportionately affects the people who are least responsible for causing it. Those who have the biggest impact on Earth's #carbonfootprint must take accountability to help minimize this tragedy for vulnerable communities who bear the burden. #thisispublichealth
Good to see the CR pass. @ASPPHtweets strongly urges Congress to finalize the FY’23 appropriations bills this year including increased funding for #publichealth. https://t.co/BhNzOc9EcE
As the @WhiteHouse kicks off its #hunger event, @ASPPHtweets has made a pledge to endorse the White House Nutrition Strategy, “Integrate Nutrition and Health: A Call to Action.” https://t.co/yFqpSMf0hh
.@ASPPHtweets has been standing up for woman’s right to access to abortion. https://t.co/WQKab3KBY5
On International Safe Abortion Day, and every day, we must work towards ensuring reproductive freedom for all. https://t.co/PKKZ8PykqZ
9/28 is International Safe Abortion Day. Removing unnecessary policy barriers to safe abortion protects people’s lives, health, and human rights. Revisit our statement on the SCOTUS decision to overturn Roe v. Wade at the link below. #ASPPHadvocates
Who will we see at @TIPHtweets’s graduate school mini fair tomorrow?🙋
This virtual event takes place on 9/29 from 12pm-2pm ET and features all of the schools tagged here.
Register here if you haven't already!
New report by @HealthyAmerica1 highlights how structural & social determinants of health impact obesity rates. @ASPPHtweets was glad to sign onto the White House’s Hunger Nutrition & Health Pledge & I look forward to the White House's conference tomorrow https://t.co/lfDL4pGSjY https://t.co/MDtKPx50we
Explore the history of race and how current institutions have racial inequities embedded within their policies and practices in the new “Structural Racism: Causes of Health Inequities in the U.S.” online course. Enroll now at https://t.co/c0bfAnWaCc.
Some people are disproportionately affected by air pollution & asthma. @AirDistrict (Calif.) works w/ community partners to improve access to air filtration for people at higher risk from wildfire smoke. #NationalPreparednessMonth
Learn more at: https://t.co/A5SsGJ21B9
Thanks to the many letter signatories for supporting @NCHStats & more timely, frequent, & granular health statistics:
@americananthro @ICPSR @SafeStates @CUPopCenter @nutritionorg @ASPPHTweets @PopAssocAmerica @PopCenters @healthyteen @StopSarcoidosis @DataCoalition @AmstatNews
The Minsters of Foreign Affairs’ statement reinforces the importance of a strong and prepared public health and emergency workforce, and welcomes @WHO’s Roadmap, which @ASPPHtweets endorsed earlier this year. https://t.co/blzXgKPUhZ
Ministers of Foreign Affairs met at #UNGA on Friday to discuss the COVID-19 Prioritized Global Action Plan for Enhanced Engagement (GAP). This international plan is fundamental for #publichealth as it aims to end the #COVID19 pandemic and prepare us for future crises.
We’ll see you tomorrow at @TIPHtweets’s graduate school virtual mini fair, 9/27 from 12pm-2pm ET!
Learn more/register at: https://t.co/U6ewtDbIbM
Looking forward to tuning in on Monday to @pahowho / @opsoms livestream of the launch event for their new health workforce initiative, Americas Health Corps. https://t.co/D1dxhWLUbs