Creating health equity is a guiding priority and core value of APHA. By health equity, we mean everyone has the opportunity to attain their highest level of health. Health equity is a health, economic, human rights and social justice issue that calls for fairness. Health equity addresses inclusion along multiple dimensions, including race, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation and disability. Learn More
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The North Dakota Public Health Association (NDPHA) is an organization that gives a voice to public health matters and provides opportunities to partner, create new vision, and be an instrument affecting the health status for citizens all across the state. It is a conduit to bring together persons interested in public health for the purpose of fostering a better understanding of public health problems and practices and to facilitate the interchange of ideas relating to methods for solutions of these problems. NDPHA aids in the promotion of state and local legislation in the interest of public health with particular focus on the interrelationship between health and quality of life.
NDPHA 2018 ANNUAL MEETING
ND Public Health Association members gather annually for the NDPHA business meeting. The 2018 Annual Meeting was hosted on June 13, 2018 at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, ND.
Officer elections took place with the following individuals leading the association for the upcoming year:
President: Sherry Adams
President Elect: Renae Moch
Vice President: Sue Kahler
Secretary: Jeanna Kujava
Treasurer: Governing Council
Immediate Past President: Mary Tello-Pool
Congratulations and thank you for your service to NDPHA!
Relationship with the American Public Health Association
North Dakota Public Health Association is an affiliated association of the American Public Health Association (APHA). Since 1918, we have collaborated with APHA to grow stronger as organizations, to share expertise, influence, and resources, and to advocate for common priorities at the local, state, and federal levels.
APHA is the national voice of public health and champions the health of all people and all communities. They strengthen the profession of public health, promote best practices and share the latest public health research and information. APHA is the only organization that combines a 140-plus year perspective, the ability to influence federal policy to improve the public’s health and a member community from all public health disciplines and over 40 countries. Learn more at www.apha.org.