National Public Health Week
In 1995, former President William
Jefferson Clinton proclaimed the first full week of April as National Public Health Week (NPHW). Each year since then, the public health community has celebrated this observance by focusing on an issue that is important to improving the public's health.
The American Public Health Association (APHA) serves as the lead organizer of NPHW and with the help of its 50,000 members and hundreds of organizational partners, educate the public, policymakers, and practitioners about the importance of public health.
Save the Date: National Public Health Week 2014
April 7-13, 2014
We all have a role in supporting a strong public health system and in putting prevention to work in our lives.
Visit the 2014 NPHW website
Visit the archived 2013 NPHW website
Visit the archived 2012 NPHW website
Visit the archived 2011 NPHW website
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