APHA 2021 — Creating the Healthiest Nation: Strengthening Social Connectedness

The APHA Annual Meeting and Expo is the largest and most influential yearly gathering of public health professionals, bringing the public health community together to experience robust scientific programming, networking, social events and more.

APHA 2021 Annual Meeting & Expo Denver Oct. 23-27 Creating the Healthiest Nation: Strengthening Social Connectedness

APHA 2020 — Recap and Recordings

For Attendees:

APHA 2020 was APHA's first-ever virtual Annual Meeting and Expo. 9,400 public health professionals attended and over 1,000 hours of programming took place. All registered attendees who attended the full meeting will have access to on-demand content through August 2021. Sign in to access the recordings with your registration ID and email. 

Certificate of Attendance/Receipt - Download proof of attendance or a receipt for your records.

For Everyone:

If you didn't attend the meeting and want to view the full schedule, explore the Virtual Meeting Platform. Get additional meeting highlights from:

  • APHA TV – Exclusive interviews with public health leaders.
  • APHA 2020 blog – Stories and highlights about speakers, sessions, and more.

APHA 2021 — Denver — Oct. 23-27

The Call for Abstracts opens on Jan. 4. More details to come. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about the Annual Meeting? View our FAQ page or contact us.

Beware of Scams

Tech-savvy scammers are reaching out to our attendees claiming to sell attendee lists. This is a scam! APHA exhibitors may purchase mailing lists or request to have an email sent out on their behalf. APHA does not give out attendee email addresses. Mailing lists are managed by our Exhibits Manager, Lynn Schoen. If you receive an email from anyone other than Lynn, please do not respond. 

Thank you to our Annual Meeting Sponsors! Logos, de Beaumont Foundation, The California Endowment, GILEAD, Blue Shield of California, IQ, Westat, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, ABT, Walden University, Mathematica, CDC Foundation

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