Tag Archives: APHA Health Administration Section

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Public Health Finance

In the first of a two-part series on public health finance, three public health department administrators discuss their positions and the importance of financial literacy in public health practice. In the Health Administration Section, we strive to create a mentoring culture that promotes the professional development of our members. This webinar is the first of a two-part series designed to

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Declaring Racism as a Public Health Crisis, Part 2 with Dr. Jeanette Kowalik

by Jeanette Kowalik, PhD, MPH, MCHES This is the second installment of the APHA HA Section–Public Health Management to Practice series. Here, we continue our discussion of the significance of introducing racism as a public health crisis. Due to the nature of this topic, it will be delivered in three parts to capture the background of this work, application, and

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The Power of Introducing Racism as a Public Health Crisis Policies

by Jeanette Kowalik, PhD, MPH, MCHES This is the first installment of the APHA HA Section–Public Health Management to Practice series. We will begin to discuss the significance of introducing racism as a public health crisis. Due to the nature of this topic, it will be delivered in three parts to capture the background of this work, application, and implications

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APHA Health Administration Section Launches a New Series on JPHMP Direct

by Brenda Stevenson Marshall, PhD, MPH, MAE In 2015, the APHA Health Administration Section partnered with the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice to develop the annual Research to Practice Award to encourage the translation of research findings to inform decision making and action by public health practice and policy stakeholders, development of new and/or effective dissemination strategies for

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Upcoming Sessions: Free Practice-Based Publishing Webinar Series

by JPHMP Direct The series is FREE, so enroll now! Practice-based research is at the core of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice (JPHMP) mission. Practitioners are doing good and important work, inside and outside COVID-19 response, and are doing work that the broader community might benefit from learning more about. State and local public health practitioners are

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On the Importance of Practitioners Publishing During and After COVID

Literally every single day, in my newsfeed or in my email, new COVID-related papers show up. Most are clinical trials. The topics are varied and various, from all walks of life, across all sectors. We are seeing science work in real time. Papers are being put into preprint servers, some are published, some are retracted. New studies update what the

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Q & A with Research to Practice Award Winner Janina Lord Morrison

Last fall, Janina Lord Morrison, MD, MPH, was presented the 2018 Research to Practice award at the APHA annual meeting in San Diego, California, for her winning abstract “Wellness Center as a Model for Strengthening Community-clinical Linkages to Improve Chronic Disease Management.” Christina Welter was awarded Runner-up for her abstract, “Understanding and Catalyzing Sustainable Policy, Systems and Environmental Change Using

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APHA Health Administration Section Partners With JPHMP to Present Inaugural Research to Practice Award

PUTTING RESEARCH TO PRACTICE On Nov. 1, members of the APHA Health Administration Section and the Journal of Public Health Management & Practice met at the Health Administration Section Social and Awards ceremony at APHA in Denver to celebrate and honor the first winner of the Research to Practice Award. Discussion of implementing this new collaborative award between the Health

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