The American Public Health Association (APHA) hosts one of the Bloomberg School community’s favorite conferences and APHA 2019 in Philadelphia met every expectation. Bloomberg School students, faculty, alumni, and staff convened in Philadelphia APHA 2019 November 2 – 6 to discuss research, advocacy, policy, practice, and the power of public health with colleagues across the field.
Among Bloomberg School highlights—noting there were too many to include all in a single roundup:
- Clips from a recent APHA-Johns Hopkins Bloomberg American Health Initiative forum on effective gun policies were featured during the Opening General Session on Sunday at APHA 2019.
- The Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, with co-host the Natural Resources Defense Council, screened the documentary film, “Right To Harm” on Sunday of APHA 2019.
- A course taught by Dr. Lorraine Dean, assistant professor in the Bloomberg School’s department of epidemiology, received the Innovative Public Health Curriculum Award as part of the Delta Omega Curriculum Awards presented during the 2019 Delta Omega Business Meeting on Monday at APHA 2019.
- More than 200 Bloomberg School alumni attended the Bloomberg School Alumni Reception held Monday evening of APHA 2019 in the Mitchell and Ashhurst rooms of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
- This year’s Bloomberg School APHA Meeting News Brief highlighted three research presentations made on Tuesday at APHA 2019.
Read the Bloomberg School APHA 2019 Roundup.
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