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Washington, D.C., June 3, 2014 – Registration for the American Public Health Association’s 142nd Annual Meeting and Exposition opens today, June 3. The meeting, to take place this year in New Orleans, Nov. 15-19, gathers nearly 13,000 public health experts, leaders, professionals and advocates.
The 2014 meeting themed “Healthography: How Where You Live Affects Your Health and Well-Being” will feature timely sessions, the latest public health research, events and the annual Public Health Expo to be held at New Orleans’ Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. Addressing location and its impact on health, the meeting will open with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Isabel Wilkerson, whose best-selling book, “The Warmth of Other Suns,” discusses the Great Migration.
“APHA’s Annual Meeting is a home and meeting of the minds for the public health community. It’s the ideal place to convene with peers in the field, access continuing education and engage in new findings and public health research,” says Georges Benjamin, executive director of APHA. “If there’s one public health meeting to attend, this is it.”
For more information about APHA’s Annual Meeting and Exposition along with registration information, visit APHA online at www.apha.org. For maximum savings attendees should register by the early-bird deadline: Aug. 28. Follow APHA on Twitter @APHAAnnualMtg and on other social media for regular updates.
Press registration is available online for credentialed journalists interested in registering for complimentary access to cover the meeting.
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The American Public Health Association champions the health of all people and all communities. We strengthen the profession of public health, share the latest research and information, promote best practices and advocate for public health issues and policies grounded in research. We are the only organization that combines a 140-plus year perspective, a broad-based member community and the ability to influence federal policy to improve the public’s health.