HOT OFF THE PRESS! CCLHO/CHEAC final "Framework for a Chronic Disease Prevention Movement in California." Recently adopted by CCLDHE, it will be disseminated the day after CCLDHE's annual meeting: DOWNLOAD THE FRAMEWORK.
REGISTRATION OPEN FOR BOTH CCLHO-CHEAC & CCLDHE CONFERENCES! The annual CCLDHE meeting is scheduled for Monday, April 22nd, while the upcoming CA4Health and CCLHO-CHEAC co-sponsored Action Institute follows on April 23rd-24th. Both will be held in Sacramento. Both the Action Institute, titledShare Our Strengths: Maximizing Our Impact and the afternoon of the CCLDHE conference are open to non-members. Click on the links below for more information:
CCLDHE CONFERENCE: Flyer | Online Registration
CCLHO-CHEAC Action Institute: Information | Online Registration
Mar 19 | San Jose State University MPH Program Application Deadlines Extended to May and June: SJSU offerd an MPH program in both campus and distance formats. The application deadline for the campus MPH format is now May 1, 2013. The application deadline for the distance MPH format is now June 1, 2013.For more information: http://www.sjsu.edu/hsr/academicprograms/mph/index.htm
Mar 15, 2013 | News for National Public Health Week, April 1-7, 2013
Become a Partner: Partners help to disseminate APHA messages and materials to state and local communities and the general public. TO SIGN UP: http://www.nphw.org/get-involved/become-a-partner
First NPHW Infographic Contest: The deadline for submitting an unfographic focusing on local, state, national or global public health is March 22. INFO: http://www.nphw.org/news/in-the-news
Follow NPHW: On Facebook, updates available via the APHA page at https://www.facebook.com/AmericanPublicHealthAssociation; online calendar of events at http://www.nphw.org/events/calendar
NPHW Twitter Chat, April 2 @ 2PM EDT regarding the ways in wich evidence-based prevention and health promotion initiatives can save lives and money, tagged at #NPHWchat
Mar 5, 2013 | Sequester Will Trigger Automatic Cuts to Federal Programs on March 1, cutting approximately $350 million from the CDC over the next six months. Cuts to community-based programs could be as high as $230 million. Learn more about communicating the impact on your community.
Feb 28, 2013 | U.S. Youth Incarceration Rate Decreased 40% between 1995 and 2010, however African American, Latino and Native American youth are still incarcerated at disproportionate rates compared to their white counterparts. Click here to access a new report, Reducing Youth Incarceration in the United States, from the Annie E. Casey Foundation finds.
Job Listings - Updated 3/18/13
Five (5) announcements have been added since March 16,
2013. We currently have listings for position in Alameda, Los Angeles, and San Francisco countiess. We also have listings for out-of-state positions, as well as paid internships and fellowships. Please click
here to learn more.
Funding Opportunities - Updated 3/16/13
listings include funding in the following areas: Adolescent/Children's
Health, Advocacy / Policy, Community Health, Fitness/Nutrition/Food
Security, Geriatric Health, Health Disparities, Patient Education,Substance Use Prevention, Women's Heatlh, and Scholarships / Fellowships / Dissertation Funding. Click
here to learn more.
Conferences / Meetings - Updated 3/16/13
here for our listing of meetings of interest to health
educators. Please click
for papers and presentations"
page, last updated with 8 calls for submission on 3/18/13.