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APHA TV airs a wide range of public health discussions from professionals, advocates and leaders, each giving their unique perspective and message. Since 2014, APHA has partnered with WebsEdge, an international film and broadcasting company, to create a platform to share even more of the meeting.

Watch highlights from APHA 2023

Feature on Building the Public Health Workforce

Question of the Day: Tuesday

Atenas Mena on climate change

Ajay Gupta and Este Geraghty on public health in the digital age

Regina Davis Moss and Dawn Godbolt on reproductive rights

Shavon Arline-Bradley and Tekisha Dwan Everette on the social determinants of health

Veronica McBeth on Equitable Public Transportation

Brian Castrucci on the exodus of the public health workforce

Feature on Ensuring Equity in Public Health Education

Alfredo Morabia on bottom-up public health

Rachel Levine on our biggest health issues and accomplishments

John Auerbach and Sarah de Guia on their vision for a better public health system

Feature on Declining U.S. Health

Question of the Day: Sunday

Chris Chanyasulkit on her presidential priorities

Feature on the Women's Leadership Institute

APHA 2023 Sponsored Thought Leadership Videos

Videos from Past Annual Meetings

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APHA TV is produced during the Annual Meeting to provide attendees and those at home the opportunity to watch interviews from high profile speakers, learn more from session participants and hear from other attendees. Thousands of public health professionals view the program during and after the event.

A limited number of partner organizations will be featured during the meeting on APHA TV. This is a unique opportunity for health departments, universities, research facilities and others working in public health the opportunity to have their work, programs and campaigns featured in a documentary style film included in the AHPA TV program.

Since 2014, APHA has partnered with the international film and broadcasting company WebsEdge to produce the program. Leading up to each Annual Meeting, WebsEdge connects with organizations to discuss this great opportunity Learn more about the in-depth reports and how they can help you reach your goals by contacting Laila Rizvi