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Call for Posters for the FPHA Annual Educational Conference.  Find the information here
Deadline is April 15, 2017 at 5:00 pm ET.
Scholarship information can be found here
Deadline is June 23, 2017
Legislative updates are here  

Updated FPHA Strategic Plan,
approved February 1, 2017

Check out Legislative Updates for 2017 here
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Join FPHA in fun events to support community efforts!  Do you have a local activity that helps support public health in your area?  Let us know if you participate as a FPHA team, post pictures on our Facebook site, and join in the fun.  See you there!


Journal Article: 

Explaining the recent decrease in US infant mortality rate, 2007-2013


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News   Check out the FPHA award winners for 2016 here! 
Florida International Students Recognized at 2016 FPHA Annual Educational Conference-see more here!

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Rick France, FPHA President 2016-2017

President's Corner
Greetings from the FPHA. I’m honored to be President for a great upcoming year.

A lot of excitement and energy was generated at the 2016 Annual Education Conference along with a host of ideas. I believe this will be the Year of Membership as we work to maintain, recruit, and bring back members to keep us going strong.

Currently, there has been renewed participation in the FPHA Interest groups with much activity buzzing around with the Health Equity and Student sections (click on the link at the top of the page above to see the groups). At the conference there was much discussion on putting more focus on small projects and much less on the traditional conference calls. For those who are interested, and I hope it is quite a few, there is plenty of opportunity for those wanting to take on leadership responsibilities (chair a group) or if you would like to just network with other members.

And speaking of networking among members, this year we will be working to arrange for local get-togethers as well as regional conferences. Networking is a big part of FPHA in addition to advocacy and the annual education conference. Informal networking is something we can all do at the local level.

We still will have one big challenge for the year. Sandy Magyar, Executive Director, and Marsha Zupan, AEC Registration Coordinator, will be leaving us in January after fourteen years and eleven years in these positions, respectively. These are some big shoes to fill. Our thanks and best wishes for all they have done cannot be expressed enough.

It’s going to be a sensational year. Come join us!

FPHA Public Health Interest Group News

Spotlight on the latest in the 
Public Health Nursing Interest Group here including
article on the Florida Action Network

Oral Health Interest Group here
Community Health
Chronic & Communicable Disease Prevention Environmental Health & Protection
Health Equity here
Health Informatics & Information Technology
Oral Health
Public Health Leadership
Public Health Nursing
Students (full time)

The Florida Public Health Review
Visit http://www.ut.edu/floridapublichealthreview/ for the latest articles.    

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