Special Primary Interest Groups

APHA defines a Special Primary Interest Group (SPIG) as an open group of self-selected APHA members sharing a common occupational discipline or program area interest and electing no primary Section affiliation. SPIGs were established as a member option in 1978.

The current list of APHA SPIGs are below:

For more information on APHA's Special Primary Interest Groups, contact Nathan.Bhatti@apha.org or Lavanya.Gupta@apha.org.

To join a Special Primary Interest Group, contact the Membership Department at membership.mail@apha.org or via phone at 202-777-2400.

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