As the number of vaping-related injury cases in Georgia continues to rise, the Department of Public Health has issued a health advisory detailing the health risks of e-cigarettes, vaping devices and vaping products.
On Thursday, October 24th, Governor Brian P. Kemp conducted swearing-in ceremonies for 20 appointees to serve on various state boards, associations, commissions, and councils.
Did you miss the GPHA Epidemiology Section webinar on writing abstracts for public health conferences? Or do you want another look at the slides? We have you covered with links to a recording of the webinar, plus the slides available as a download.
A free webinar on November 6 from 2-3 EST will discuss how building the right team can transform grant writing from an isolating, lonely undertaking to a collaborative activity involving numerous stakeholders. The Walden University School of Health Sciences is sponsoring the session.
The Walden University School of Health Sciences is offering a free webinar on October 15 from 12-1 EST to help students, faculty and practitioners learn more about evidence-based practice to improve the quality and viability of their research.
Connections 2020 is Healthcare Georgia Foundation’s statewide convening of grantees, partners, and community leaders, slated for March 2020. Session proposals are being accepted through October 18, 2019.
PHNCI is partnering with the de Beaumont Foundation to review and possibly revise the 10 Essential Public Health Services to be more in line with current and future public health practice. There are several opportunities to share your opinion in surveys, virtual townhall meetings and more.
Interested in an advanced degree in public health? Georgia State University’s School of Public Health is hosting an Open House specifically for the Doctor of Public Health Program Wednesday, October 30th at 5 p.m. in Atlanta.
The Walden University School of Health Sciences is offering a free webinar on September 27 from 2-3:30 EST entitled “Creating a Meaningful Life in the Aftermath of Trauma and Beyond Posttraumatic Growth.”
State House District 152 Rep. Ed Rynders is resigning from the Georgia House with a year left on his current two-year term. Rynders is a republican from Leesburg, and chairman of the House’s Governmental Affairs Committee and secretary of the Appropriations and Health and Human Services committees.