Welcome, and thank you for visiting our site. If this is your first time here, allow me to introduce you to NYSPHA in greater detail.
We're excited for the opportunity to partner with the NYS Department of Health to bring public health professionals together from across the state for a leading-edge Asthma Summit.
On June 21-22 attendees will have the option to participate in one of two, 2-day training workshops on asthma, and then a larger summit on June 23-24.
We know that asthma has grown into a significant chronic disease over the last 25 years, and it continues to be a public health concern across the United States. Please visit our Asthma Summit information page to learn more about this upcoming event, and share this opportunity within your own networks as we hope to bring together as many people as possible to engage in this important summit.
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Highlights from NYSPHA's 2016 Annual Meeting & Conference at the Otesaga Resort - Cooperstown, NY
Public Health News
NYSPHA Supports Tobacco 21
In recent weeks NYSPHA has received media coverage in support of the Tobacco 21 legislation in Albany County. Albany County residents are strongly encouraged to contact County Executive McCoy by or before June 9th asking him to support this measure to protect young people from tobacco.
NYSPHA Outlines 2015-2016 Policy Update
Click here to review an outline of NYSPHA's policy and legislative priority areas in 2015 and 2016. NYSPHA's Annual Day of Action at the Capitol has been announced - click here for additional information about participating in our 2016 Day at the Capitol.
NYSPHA Member Recognized on National Rural Health Day
November 19th, 2015 marked the National Office of State Offices of Rural Health 5th Annual National Rural Health Day. Among many of her esteemed colleagues, NYSPHA member and Community Wellness Specialist at Alice Hyde Medical Center Josy Delaney was designated as one of this year's Rural Health Champions. Nominator Erin Streiff of the Franklin County Public Health Department stated, "Josy's most significant contribution, above and beyond improving the health of the community through evidence-based interventions, has been her beautiful attitude, enthusiasm, and knack for generating cohesion and getting her fellow Public Health Professionals 'fired up' to make positive changes."
The New York State 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.
New York State Public Health Association
PO BOX 38127
Albany, NY 12203