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Join the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance for the September 27th conference, “Climate Change Policy in New Jersey, ” at Duke Farms in Hillsborough. This program is designed to discuss environmental aspects of climate change on New Jersey and beyond. For more details, click here or visit http://njcaa2017.weebly.com/
September 21, 2017 – Public Health Accreditation Board: Accreditation Domains, Standards and Measures
NJACCHO’s General Session Meeting, “Public Health Accreditation Board: Accreditation Domains, Standards and Measures” is scheduled for Thursday, September 21, 2017. Shirley Orr, from PHAB, will be leading this session, appropriate for those involved in any stage of the accreditation process. This program will be held at the School of Public Health, Office of Public Health Practice, 300 Atrium Drive, Somerset, NJ 08873. Please click here for full program information and click here for registration information.
On May 17th, NJACCHO in collaboration with the NJDOH presented the program “Zika Conference: Public Health Updates and Resources for New Jersey Communities,” at the Palace at Somerset Park. More than 200 participants joined from local health departments, Mosquito Control agencies, academia and health care organizations. You can view excerpt from the program below: NJDOH Commissioner Bennett Opening Remarks NJDEP Commissioner Martin Opening Remarks Keynote Address – Dr. Emilio Dirlikov, CDC
On November 16, 2016, Mark Robson, PhD, MPH, DrPH, was awarded the Frank J. Osborne Award for Meritorious Achievement in Public Health. While Dr. Robson was unable to physically receive his award during the League of Municipalities event, this will occur at the next NJACCHO General Membership meeting, scheduled for February 16, 2017. For a full description of Dr. Robson’s career achievements in Public Health, please click here. For a full list of previous Osborne Award winners, please visit http://njaccho.org/about-njaccho/frank-j-osborne-memorial-award/
On May 19, 2016, the Public Health Associations’ Collaborative Effort (PHACE) hosted the program “How Do We Advocate to Improve Health.” This program combined educational opportunities with skill building, interactive breakout sessions for members of the public health community and beyond. Below you will find some of the materials from the program: To view the morning portion of the program, please click here. For further program resources, please view the presentations from our morning panelists below: Vicki Bass, National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) – Educating, Advocating and Lobbying – Impacts from Local to Federal Meryl Weitz,…
Resources: – CDC Summary of Interim Response Plan for Zika – CDC Draft Interim Response Plan for Zika – CDC Zika Action Plan Guidelines – ASPR/TRACIE Zika: Resources at Your Fingertips – Additional Zika Links – Rutgers Center for Vector Biology – New Jersey Mosquito Biologists Group Resources – Rutgers Center for Vector Biology A special thank you to all the speakers who participated in the June 22, 2016 program, both in person and via web conferencing. Below you will find links to the presentations: CDC – An Overview for Local Health Departments (Dr. Amy Valderrama) Zika and the Aedes Vector in New…
The Gaining Ground Initiative in New Jersey has worked hard over the last two years to continue to offer support for local health departments working towards Accreditation. A full recap of the effort, along with the growing accomplishments is outlined in the January 2016 issue of New Jersey Municipalities. To view the full article, click here.
For more resources related to the Gaining Ground initiative, please visit the Resources page.