2014 TPHA Annual Grand Division Meetings

(You must be a TPHA member to attend the Grand Division Meetings)


   “Home is Where the Health is”      

2014 Middle Grand Division Meeting

         Friday May 9, 2014 | 8:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.

        Williamson County AG Expo Center
4216 Long Lane, Franklin, Tn 37064

 Learn More About the Conference | Register Online  | Register by Mail

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Program_Evaluation_2014MiddleTNMeeting

 

   “Health and Home: HOW you Live Matters”      

2014 West Grand Division Meeting

         Friday May 2, 2014 | 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 University of Memphis 
University Center
River Room (UC300)
Memphis, TN 38152

 Learn More About the Conference | Register Online  | Register by Mail

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Program_Evaluation_2014WestTNMeeting


 

   “Health and Home:  Where You Live Matters”      

2014 East Grand Division Meeting

         Friday April 25, 2014 | 8:00 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.

        Calhoun's On the River, Knoxville, TN

 Learn More About the Conference   Onsite registration is available the day of the meeting

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Program_Evaluation_2014_EastTNMeeting

 



2014 TPHA Annual Educational Conference

       “Health and Home:  Where You Live Matters ”

         September 10-12, 2014 

         Cool Springs Marriott Hotel and Convention Center

2013 Department of Health/Health Council Presentations Available Here | 2013 Presentations Available Here

See Original Online Brochure Here

 


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TPHA AwardThe Tennessee Public Health Association,  Tennessee’s affiliate to the American Public Health Association, has been named APHA’s 2012 Outstanding Affiliate of the Year. This recognition was awarded by APHA’s Council of Affiliates at the APHA Annual Conference on the basis of three exceptional contributions to public health in 2012.


The first involves TPHA’s partnership with the Tennessee Department of Health to identify and implement statewide strategic planning for public health priorities in Tennessee.

Our second major strength was TPHA’s partnership in LIFEPATH, a consortium of universities and public health agencies in Tennessee that constitute a Public Health Training Center, one of only 32 nationwide.

TPHA’s third outstanding contribution to public health was our innovative “Visionary Award,” in which we recognize unsung public health visionaries in each part of the state who impact their community’s health. This demonstrates our partnership and support of community  advocacy for public health.

Dr. Marian Levy submitted the nomination for this award in July during her tenure as President, and  accepted the award on TPHA’s behalf at the APHA annual meeting in October in San Francisco.  This is a tremendous honor that reflects the dedication, commitment, and strength of TPHA members across our state.

(A more complete description of the nomination is available in the November, 2012 newsletter.)  

 


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