(INDIANAPOLIS) – In celebration of National Public Health Week, the Indiana Public Health Association (IPHA) will host a Public Health Week Conference and Annual Meeting Apr. 3 at Purdue University.
In support of its mission to strengthen public health through partnerships, policies and professional development, the IPHA sponsored theme for this year’s conference is “Creating the Healthiest Indiana: For Science. For Action. For Health.” Attendees will hear from a panel of representatives of the Great Lakes Public Health Coalition who will discuss state-level public health policy. This year’s keynote address, The Road to Creating the Healthiest Indiana, will be given by American Public Health Association president and Indiana resident, Dr. Pamela M. Aaltonen.
Who: Indiana Public Health Association
What: IPHA Public Health Week Conference and Annual Meeting
When: Wed. Apr. 3, 2019 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Where: Purdue University Union Ballroom, 101 Grant Street West, Lafayette, IN 47906
To learn more about the event and/or to register, visit inpha.org/health-week-2019. To learn more about IPHA, visit www.inpha.org.
About Indiana Public Health Association
The mission of the Indiana Public Health Association (IPHA) is to strengthen public health through partnerships, policies and professional development. For more than 50 years, IPHA has advanced public health throughout the state by providing education and training, forming partnerships and networks, and serving as a recognized voice for advocacy.