Dr. Robert Redfield addressed GPHA members at our annual conference in Atlanta. Read More
Carson was honored for his leadership in the passage of Georgia’s distracted driving law. Read More
Soetebier honored for his ability to bring together IT and public health science. Read More
The 2019 session of the Georgia General Assembly has ended. View all our weekly updates on our Health Policy page.
APHA has approved the 2019 GPHA Conference for up to 15 hours of Continuing Education credit. Get Details
We had a fantastic week at the Georgia Public Health Association conference in Atlanta, May 7-9.
We’ll be posting news from the conference, information about our award winners and more on our Conference Page in the coming days. Thanks for being part of the foundation for a healthy Georgia!
Representative John Carson (R-Marietta) has been named GPHA Legislator of the Year for 2018. Carson worked to ensure passage of the distracted driving law, which took effect last July. The law made it illegal for motorists in Georgia to handle cell phones while driving.Continue Reading
The top U.S. public health official addressed members of the Georgia Public Health Association at the organization’s annual conference Wednesday, May 8 in Atlanta. Robert R. Redfield, M.D., Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, spoke about the importance of partnerships in public health.Continue Reading
The Georgia Public Health Association awarded Karl Soetebier the prestigious Sellers-McCroan Award during at the 90th Annual GPHA Meeting and Conference on Tuesday, May 7.Continue Reading