CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS, Deadline to Sign-up is November 30, 2019

Do you want to get involved in TPHA but not quite sure where to start?  Serving on a committee is a great place to share your talents while learning new skills and getting to know other public health professionals.   For more information, click Committees or contact, Kim Harrell at 615.426.1667.


The Tennessee Public Health Association’s Annual Awards were presented on Thursday, September 12 during the 2019 Education Conference at the Franklin Cool Springs Marriott Hotel and Conference Center.  For a list of award recipients, click Awards.


TPHA extends a hearty THANK YOU to Conference 2019 exhibitors who showcased their services and products at the Tennessee Public Health Association’s annual conference held on September 11-13, 2019 at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs in Franklin, Tennessee.  For a list of exhibitors, click here Exhibitors .

HAUSHALTER CHOSEN PRESIDENT-ELECT, Officers for 2019-20 Term Elected. 

Dr. Alisa Haushalter, Director of Shelby County Public Health Department, has been elected to the position of TPHA President-elect.  For a full list of officers elected by the full membership and announced at the Closing Session of the 2019 Annual Conference on Friday, September 13, go to Board of Directors.

2020 NLAPH Call for Applications!!!

NLAPH is currently seeking applications from multi-sector teams across the United States for the 9th National Leadership Academy for the Public’s Health (NLAPH) cohort. Since 2012, NLAPH has brought together teams of leaders from diverse sectors including health, housing, education, transportation, and law enforcement to build their own capacity in order to transform their communities, improve health, and advance equity.  To learn more about this opportunity, go to Health Leadership.

SAVE THE DATE, Association of Public Health Nurses’ 2020 Conference

Moving From Data to Action: Evidence-Based 21st Century Public Health Nursing April 20 – 23, 2020, Sheraton Denver West, Denver, Colorado.  More Details to Come…

LEADING VOICES IN PUBLIC HEALTH lectures resume for the 2019/2020 Academic Year.

Leading Voices brings internationally respected thought leaders to the ETSU campus to speak about issues of importance to the public’s health and well-being. Since 2007, over six dozen speakers have participated, including scientists, performers, government officials, and a range of people working at the front lines of their professions. Those outside the Tri-Cities area can watch lectures live on the streaming link or can find it archived for later viewing here >  Leading Voices