Partners Marketing Toolkit

The information below is available to Midyear Meeting Partners to help build attendance and create excitement over the Midyear Meeting in June, 2012.

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Basic Information

Title of Event: The New Public Health - Rewiring for the Future
Date: June 26-28, 2012
Location: Westin Charlotte
              601 South College Street 
              Charlotte, NC 28202
Registration Link:
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Parnter Discount Code - MYMPartner12

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Social Media

Midyear Meeting Blog

Twitter Name - @APHAAnnualMtg
Hashtag - #APHAMid12

Suggested Tweets:

Former CMS Chief Don Berwick to keynote APHA’s Midyear Meeting in Charlotte, June 26-28.

Help rewire #publichealth for the future. Register to attend the 2012 APHA Midyear Meeting by April 19 and save! #APHAMid12

Shrinking budgets and workforce got you down? Attend APHA’s Midyear Meeting and help position #publichealth for the future #APHAMid12

Challenging times call for innovation. Help rewire #publichealth at APHA’s Midyear Meeting, June 26-28 in Charlotte, NC. #APHAMid12

Looking for some #publichealth inspiration? Attend The New Public Health — Rewiring for the Future, June 26-28. #APHAMid12


Short Description

APHA Midyear Meeting to help position public health for the future

While the public health community faces many challenges, there are new opportunities emerging to help propel us forward. Join the American Public Health Association and its partners for “The New Public Health — Rewiring for the Future.” The 2012 APHA Midyear Meeting, to be held in Charlotte, N.C., June 26-28, will challenge and inspire attendees to better position the public health system to address current crises and take advantage of the new opportunities.  Learn how winning broader support for prevention and population health is essential to building healthier communities. Gain the educational, policy and advocacy tools necessary to keep up with and anticipate changes to “rewire” the public health infrastructure. To register or for more information, visit