APHA-GlaxoSmithKline Partnership Award
The APHA-GlaxoSmithKline Partnership for Healthy Children Award was given from 2001-2006 to recognize outstanding collaborative programs affecting the health of children. The award honored the most noteworthy collaborative program in support of public health issues affecting children.
The award was granted and supported by independent funding from The GlaxoSmithKline Foundation of North Carolina.
2006 University of Kentucky, College of Dentistry
2005 San Diego County Immunization Initiative (I-3)
2004 Adolescent Pregancy Prevention Coalition of
2003 Coronary Artery Risk Detection in Appalachian
Communities (CARDIAC) West Virginia
2002 Children with Special Health Care Needs District of
Columbia Department of Health
2001 Tobacco Free Youth Initiative Marion County
Health Department - Indianapolis, IN
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