Washington State Public Health Association (WSPHA) aims to protect all people in Washington, their families and their communities from preventable, serious health threats and strives to advance community-based health promotion and disease prevention. One of the oldest local affiliates of the American Public Health Association (APHA), WSPHA has been a committed network of public health professionals and advocates working together to ensure a strong public health system for Washington State since 1935.
2013 Joint Conference on Health
“Moving Forward: Investing in Washington’s Health”
Wenatchee Convention Center
Program details will be available soon.
JCH Volunteers Needed
Volunteer your time and creative talents for the 2013 Joint Conference on Health. Opportunities include:
- Abstract review
- On-site Logistics
Help WSPHA Grow and Better Represent Public Health!
- Keep your membership current or join today
- Encourage your organization to join
- Tell your colleagues about WSPHA
- Nominate a colleague for a WSPHA award
- Submit an abstract for the Joint Conference on Health
- Make a financial gift to WSPHA
6/5/13 Webinar: 2013 Legislative Session Report 12-1:30pm Join WSPHA and presenters from WSALPHO, WSNA, American Heart Association, Bicycle Alliance and Childhood Obesity Prevention Coalition for an important discussion on the status of public health funding and policy priorities at the conclusion of the 2013 legislative session. Register here
7/17/13 Webinar: Solve the Looming Crisis- Leadership and Management Succession Planning 12-1pm This presentation will provide a succession planning framework for small to large agencies, developed from the dissertation research conducted by Secretary of Health John Wiesman, while finishing his degree of Doctor of Public Health. These best practices can inform activities an agency might include in a workforce development plan, moving high performing high potential individuals from their current role to the next level. Register here