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All Things APHA / Coronavirus / Infectious Disease


Trust, community engagement key to COVID-19 response
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Louise Dettman

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September 24, 2020

In the latest COVID-19 Conversations webinar, experts discuss what’s needed to control COVID-19 until a vaccine arrives.
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Annual Meeting / Sponsored Post


Connecting the civil rights, public health and justice movements
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September 22, 2020

The latest in the de Beaumont Foundation's "Fresh Perspectives" post series
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Findings / Health Topics


What can we learn from the nation's healthiest communities?
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Louise Dettman

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September 22, 2020

The 2020 Healthiest Communities rankings provide essential data.
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All Things APHA / Health Equity


Advancing racial equity by re-imagining law enforcement
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Sophie Wazlowski

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September 21, 2020

APHA webinar examines police reforms from a public health perspective.
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The Nation's Health / Coronavirus


Arizona association fights for science as COVID-19 surges across state
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Aaron Warnick

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September 16, 2020

“Sometimes you can gain ground with a soft word or a letter...and then sometimes it takes a little bad press,” said Arizona Public Health Association Executive Director Will Humble.
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All Things APHA


Get Ready Day: a reminder to stay prepared, make a plan
by

Louise Dettman

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September 15, 2020

Download free fact sheets, checklists and podcasts on getting ready for disasters.
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The Nation's Health


Americans bringing Medicaid expansion to state ballots
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Mark Barna

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September 10, 2020

“The pressure will continue to build on states that have not expanded Medicaid as the magnitude of the (pandemic) crisis grows,” Rebecca Schroeder said
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Annual Meeting / Sponsored Post


We've gotta be in the room where it happens
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September 08, 2020

The latest Fresh Perspectives post from the de Beaumont Foundation takes a look at the relationship between politics and public health
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All Things APHA


Accurate 2020 census count is critical for public health
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Donya Currie

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September 01, 2020

Help everyone get counted before the Sept. 30 deadline

From APHA Press

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