AUTHOR ARCHIVE

man and woman dancing

Annual Meeting


Happy feet, fancy moves at the 2019 APHA Dance Party
by

Donya Currie

on

November 04, 2019

The beat was definitely thumping to kick off APHA 2019 in style last night.
overhead view of Public Health Expo

Annual Meeting


Public Health Expo is the place to be
by

Donya Currie

on

November 03, 2019

Don't miss the friendly, fascinating fun in the Expo hall.
hands under spray of water

Annual Meeting


Public health students bring health promotion, eduction worldwide
by

Donya Currie

on

November 14, 2018

One way to improve hand-washing among schoolchildren? Show them that cleaning hands can be fun.
two smiling women

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Black Mamas Matter: 'At some point, some folks have to stand up for women'
by

Donya Currie

on

November 13, 2018

Black women are three times more likely to die from pregnancy complications than white women — a crisis we can all help address by working together.
people holding protest signs

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'Courageous conversations' can improve health: 'Every moment is an organizing moment'
by

Donya Currie

on

November 12, 2018

Dolores Huerta was 25 years old, working in Stockton, California, when a farmworker who had been paralyzed came seeking help applying for welfare.
stress balls shaped like peaches

Annual Meeting


Free souvenirs, fun conversations at the Public Health Expo
by

Donya Currie

on

November 12, 2018

Visit the Public Health Expo and we promise you won't come away empty-handed or disappointed.
logo, National Public Health Week

Annual Meeting / NPHW


Start planning today for National Public Health Week 2019
by

Donya Currie

on

November 11, 2018

Sure, it’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but it’s still never too early to start planning for National Public Health Week 2019.
Godwin Higa, Jerome Adams, Anthony Iton, Steve Eldred, Diana Ross and Jesse Mills

Annual Meeting


APHA California Endowment Summit: 'Lead with compassion'
by

Donya Currie

on

November 11, 2018

Godwin Higa has a proven formula for helping schoolchildren rise above the trauma in their lives.