Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference

Posted on Jan 4, 2021 in Current Events

2021 Mid-Atlantic Regional Public Health Conference The Mid-Atlantic Partnership, consists of the public health associations of Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland, is organizing a joint annual conference for the region. As public health professionals battling the pandemic, we know that social determinants of health can be individualized to a community, region or race. This year’s conference will focus on empowering communities to find...

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December Public Health Hangout

Posted on Dec 14, 2020 in Current Events

DECEMBER PUBLIC HEALTH HANGOUT Dear Public Health Professionals, Thank you for your participation and discussion during our Public Health Hangouts every month. With the country going through major COVID surges, we continue our tireless work as public health leaders to serve the most vulnerable and reduce the intensity of the virus. The COVID-19 vaccine is bringing a sense of hope and optimism as we work to turn the tide on the virus. Although...

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Networking Event to Celebrate National Public Health Week 2019

Posted on Mar 27, 2019 in Current Events

        Come meet others in the area working in public health and learn more about the Maryland Public Health Association at the Maryland Public Health Association Networking Event! Wednesday, April 3, at 5-7 pm Appetizers will be served! RSVP by April 1 to Events@MdPHA.org Location: Mi Rancho, 8701 Ramsey Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20910 Directions: Take Georgia Ave South exit from 495 Beltway Metro to Silver Spring...

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Maryland Chlorpyrifos Ban Lobby Night

Posted on Feb 5, 2019 in Current Events

Help us ban Chlorpyrifos in Maryland! Will you join us on February 11th for a lobby night and training on the need to ban the toxic pesticide Chlorpyrifos? The Maryland Smart on Pesticides Coalition is organizing this event. You may remember under the Obama administration, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) scientists urged a chlorpyrifos ban after finding that there were no safe tolerance levels for humans, and that chlorpyrifos damages the...

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