APHA TV

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.

More content is coming in 2020. Check back in October to see highlights from APHA's 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting

Watch highlights from APHA 2019

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"I love public health." Annual Meeting attendees tell us why they are APHA members.
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We ask attendees, "What public health issues will be important to you in the 2020 elections?" 
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We ask attendees, 'What can public health do to help prevent violence, and why is this important?' 
Angela Doyinsola Aina
 Angela D. Aina of the Black Mamas Matter Alliance talks about addressing disparities in maternal morbidity and mortality.
Rueben Warren
Reuben Warren previews the Closing General Session, which explores the health impact of human bondage.
Charlotte McLain-Nhlapo
Charlotte McLain-Nhlapo addresses some of the biggest challenges facing the disability community.
Joshua Sharfstein
Joshua Sharfstein on the goals of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and its new partnership with APHA.
Bruce Jennings and Lisa Lee
Lisa Lee and Bruce Jennings talk about the importance of a code of ethics for public health professionals.
Brett Giroir
Brett Giroir updates us on HIV and substance misuse.
Chandra Ford
Chandra Ford discusses her new book and racism.
Karen DeSalvo
Karen DeSalvo speaks about using prevention as a public health strategy.
Sandro Galea
Sandro Galea on the importance of a science-based approach to public health.
Georges Benjamin
APHA's Georges Benjamin talks about the importance of science and public health.
Robert Redfield
CDC Director Robert Redfield talks about strategies to prevent substance misuse.
Lisa Carlson
APHA's president-elect on the importance of taking mental health seriously.
Public Health Matters to Me Because...
Annual Meeting attendees share why public health matters to them.

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