APHA TV

APHA TV airs a wide range of public health discussions from professionals, advocates, and enthusiasts, 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.

During APHA 2018, you can watch daily episodes on screens around the convention center, on a dedicated channel in official APHA hotels, online and on social media platforms: 

Watch highlights from APHA 2018

Rinku Sen talking
An Annual Meeting panel examined structured racism and privilege.
Debra Joy Perez smiling
Debra Joy Perez discusses disparities in women's health.
Christina and Don
Views on the major issues the LGBTQ community is facing today.
Dolores Huerta
Dolores Huerta talks about how social change can affect population health.

The Opening General Session focused on health equity.
man speaking
We ask attendees why they Speak for Health.
Georges Benjamin
APHA's Georges Benjamin talks health equity and what's happening at APHA 2018.
Pamela Aaltonen
APHA President-Elect Pamela Aaltonen gives us an overview of her plans for the year ahead.
woman talking
We ask attendees what they look forward to most about the APHA Annual Meeting.
Jeni Miller talking
Jeni Miller of Global Climate and Health Alliance on climate change and health.
woman interviewing two teen girls at table
How gun violence impacts teens and how they're speaking out on prevention.
David Williams speaking
David Williams talks about health disparities and how we can narrow the gaps.
john powell smiling
john a. powell on health equity and social justice in our current political environment.
Sarah Verbiest next to Moving Life Course Theory Into Action sign
Editor Sarah Verbiest discusses her new book "Moving Life Course Theory Into Action."
woman talking
We ask Annual Meeting attendees what "For science. For action. For health." means to them.
Daniel Ellsberg speaking
Daniel Ellsberg on the potential health impacts of nuclear weapons and the danger of their accessibility.

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