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:

  • Conference News: APHA TV films interviews, captures session highlights, and showcases attendees' insights and reactions from around the meeting.
  • In-Depth Reports: Five-minute documentary style films from universities, institutions and organizations highlight programs, case studies and ongoing initiatives that are making a difference.

WebsEdge will be contacting organizations to discuss the opportunity to produce a film about their work. Be one of the limited number of organizations that will be featured on APHA TV 2018. Learn more about the in-depth reports by contacting Bhavna Patel.

Watch highlights from APHA 2017

Jerome Adams
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams says he'd like to re-frame the way we talk about health.
man smiling
APHA members tell us what they're doing to address climate change and their favorite parts of the Annual Meeting.
John Lewis
U.S. Rep. John Lewis tells us "now is the time to be persistent."
Eriel Deranger
Eriel Tchekwie Deranger discusses indigenous communities and climate change.
Richard Besser
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation President and CEO Richard Besser outlines his goals. 
Jacqui Patterson
Jacqui Patterson, director of the NAACP Environment and Climate Justice Program, on this year's closing session.
Sarah Tofte
Sarah Tofte, director of Everytown for Gun Safety, talks about gun violence as a public health issue.
Umair Shah
Harris County Public Health Executive Director Umair Shah on some of the toughest public health challenges of 2017.
Howard Frumkin
Howard Frumkin, professor of environmental and occupational health sciences at the University of Washington, talks climate change and public health.
Don Wright
Acting Assistant Secretary for Health Don Wright discusses how Healthy People 2030 will be a roadmap for disease prevention and health promotion.
Evelyn Kappeler
Evelyn Kappeler, director of the HHS Office of Adolescent Health, on the national call to action to improve adolescent health.

Psychiatrist Lise Van Susteren talks about the mental health effects of climate change, from anxiety to depression to PTSD.
Jonathan Patz
Jonathan Patz, director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Global Health Institute, on why climate change is a huge public health problem.
Georges Benjamin and Gina McCarthy
"We need to get moving. We need to take action. We need to protect people's lives." Watch highlights from the Monday General Session.
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One Annual Meeting session highlighted local and state programs that help address the health impact of climate change.
woman speaking
An Annual Meeting panel discussion focused on planning for disasters and helping vulnerable communities recover.
Georges Benjamin at lectern
Watch highlights from the Opening General Session.
children with arms raised Health M Powers
Learn more about our host city charity, HealthMPowers.
Georges Benjamin
APHA Executive Director Georges Benjamin talks about climate change.
Joseph Telfair
APHA President-Elect Joseph Telfair explains equality vs. health equity.
People seated at tables
APHA 2017's Affiliate Day focuses on sharing knowledge and networking.
Jose Ramon Fernandez Pena
Executive Board Chair José Ramón Fernandéz Peña talks immigration.

View the 2017 Thought Leadership sponsor videos featuringWebs Edge

  • NYC, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene - Center for Health Equity
  • STAR TRACK Adolescent Health Program
  • Dignity Health Human Trafficking Medical Home
  • Alabama Cooperative Extension System at Auburn University
  • Augusta University Ryan White Program
  • Occupational Health Clinical Center: Committed to Workers' Health in Upstate New York
  • Morehouse School of Medicine Master of Public Health Program
  • Open Door Health Center of Illinois
  • City of Kansas City Missouri, Health Department
  • School of Human Environmental Sciences at University of Kentucky
  • Gilda's Club Westchester
  • Lake Cumberland District Health Department
  • Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness, Center for Health Equity
  • Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation
  • Healthy Pontiac, We Can!

Check out all the videos from APHA 2016.

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