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The Georgia Public Health Association is a non-profit corporation and is organized for the purpose of promoting the public and personal health of the citizens of Georgia. Learn More
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  • jGPHA: Call for Papers

    jGPHA: Call for Papers

    The Fall 2020 issue of jGPHA will focus on the public health response to COVID-19 in Georgia. Submission deadline: November 15. Get Details

  • Registration Open for APHA’s 2020 Virtual Meeting

    Registration Open for APHA’s 2020 Virtual Meeting

    Registration is open for APHA’s 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting and Expo Oct. 24-28. Register Now

  • Updates on the COVID-19 Response in Georgia

    Updates on the COVID-19 Response in Georgia

    Get updates from Governor Brian Kemp and Public Health Commissioner Dr. Kathleen Toomey as Georgia confronts the COVID-19 outbreak. Learn More

  • jGPHA Spring 2020 Issue is Now Online

    jGPHA Spring 2020 Issue is Now Online

    The latest edition, “Moving Translational Approaches to Community Transformation,” is available here

COVID-19 Resources from APHA


The American Public Health Association is urging the public health community to share science-based information with the public and is speaking out for outbreak response funding and support.

You can access COVID-19 materials, resources, webinars and more on the APHA website.

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The Georgia Public Health Association is the largest group of public health professionals in the Southeast.

Becoming a GPHA member gives you access to a network of more than 1,000 other public health professionals, and opportunities for continuing education, recognition and awards, scholarships and much more.

GPHA memberships also make great gifts! Give the gift of membership today!

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News & Events

September Tax Revenues Down in Georgia

he State of Georgia’s September net tax collections decreased by $81.3 million, or -3.6 percent.  However, net tax revenue collections for the first quarter of fiscal year 2021 show a year-over-year increase of $365 million, or 6.3 percent.

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jGPHA Call for Papers: COVID-19 and the State of Georgia

Share your unique perspective and knowledge of the public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Fall 2020 issue of the Journal GPHA. Editors are now accepting papers on a broad range of issues centered around the pandemic’s impact on population health in Georgia. The submission deadline is November 15, 2020.

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Final Disposition of Public Health Bills

Throughout the 2020 legislative session, our liaison Scott Maxwell followed and reported on more than 35 bills related to public health. This report outlines the final disposition of bills, detailing if they passed and were signed.

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Health Policy

GPHA takes an active role in health policy in the state of Georgia. Each year we set legislative priorities, and work with a legislative liaison to advocate for public health policies.

On our health policy page you can learn more about our current legislative priorities, and read weekly updates from the legislative session.

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Journal jGPHA

The Journal of the Georgia Public Health Association is a peer reviewed publication addressing issues within the fields of public health, community health, and health education and promotion, particularly focusing on work conducted in and/or specifically relevant to Georgia.

Visit our jGPHA page to explore the current issue, view the archive, or learn about upcoming opportunities to for article submission and peer review.

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