A Message from the President
I’m pleased to introduce myself as the next president of NYSPHA for the 2022-23 term. Together with our Board of Directors, I am looking forward to building a membership-driven organization which means that we want to get to know you, we want you to get to know us, and we want your input, expertise, and energy in supporting our organization so that together we can make things happen.
Public health is a dynamic field, and there are always new issues on the forefront. We banded together to address the COVID-19 pandemic; now we have new issues that challenge us including the mental health impact of the pandemic, gun violence, reproductive rights, and inclusivity for racial/ethnic minorities and the LGBTQ+ community. At NYSPHA, we can work together to address these issues through advocacy, education, and action. Please view our committee page to learn more about how to get involved. If you’re not currently a member, please consider joining by clicking here. Please feel free to contact me and others on the Board by visiting our Leadership and Staff page.
Brett Harris, DrPH
NYS PUBLIC HEALTH PARTNERSHIP CONFERENCE
The New York State Public Health Association (NYSPHA), New York State Association of County (NYSACHO), the New York State Association for Rural Health (NYSARH) and the NYS Conference on Environmental Health Directors (CEHD) will be holding the 2023 Public Health Partnership Conference in White Plains, NY!
More to come on registration for this event, which is our largest of the year! Our Annual Conference is where public health professionals from all settings in New York State can engage in learning opportunities designed to enhance personal and professional growth as well as to benefit the communities we all serve.
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NYSPHA SUPPORTS "LET'S GET IMMUNIZED NY"
Let's Get Immunized NY is a campaign that strives to provide all New Yorkers reliable and trustworthy information on immunization and encourage New Yorkers to get recommended vaccines.
The future of health begins with you.
The All of Us Research Program is inviting one million people across the U.S. to help build one of the most diverse health databases in history. We welcome participants from all backgrounds. Researchers will use the data to learn how our biology, lifestyle, and environment affect health. This could help them develop better treatments and ways to prevent different diseases.
We invite you to explore the many benefits of joining NYSPHA! Renewing your membership or joining our association as a member for the first time is quick and easy - getting started is only a click away!