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Message From the President

Message from your President, Dr. Tefera ‘tito’ Greetings fellow NJPHA members! I am excited to be serving as the President of the New Jersey Public Health Association. As a public health researcher and educator, NJPHA is an organization that is very near and dear to my heart because of its core objective: advocacy for the […]

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Winter 2014 Newsletter

The Winter 2014 newsletter features an interview with NJDoH Commissioner Mary E. O’Dowd, MPH. Other articles cover National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (March 10th); Rutgers School of Public Health students’ fieldwork projects; and tools for landing a job in public health (law). NJPHA_winter_2014_newsletter    

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Deadline for Winter 2014 Newsletter

The newsletter needs submissions for its Winter 2014 issue! Deadline FEB. 20TH. Please email articles (or questions) to a Co-Editor: Nadine at nadine.etienne@hotmail.com or Gwyneth at gme10467@gmail.com Newsletter Flyer

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Fall 2013 Newsletter Now Posted

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NJPHA 2013 Annual Conference Details

You can get all the details and registration link for the NJPHA 2013 Annual Conference here: http://njpha.org/event/njpha-annual-conference-2013/.

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NJPHA Rutgers Student Chapter Website

You can view the NJPHA – Rutgers Student Chapter website at https://sites.google.com/site/njpharsc13/. It is still under construction. If you know of other colleges or universities that would like an NJPHA student chapter, please email us at newjerseypha@gmail.com.

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2013 Newsletters

You can access the Spring and Summer 2013 Newsletters here. Please email newjerseypha@gmail.com if you would like to have an article in the Fall 2013 Newsletter. NJPHA Spring 2013 Newsletter NJPHA Summer 2013 Newsletter

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NJPHA in National Public Health Week Events!

The New Jersey Public Health Association held two National Public Health Week events in Piscataway, N.J. A Nintendo Wii Mario Olympics 100-meter dash challenged participants to see how fast they could move their arms to propel their virtual character across the finish line. Many participants said they were surprised at how much energy it took […]

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