Membership Grace Period due to COVID-19

We realize that many of you may be suffering financially due to the pandemic, therefore we will be extending our current members membership by 60 days.  You can still pay on your annual renewal date but if you don't, your membership won't expire until 60 days beyond your expiration date.  If you need a further extension, please contact Kim Dittmann at [email protected]

  

         Upcoming Events:

  • Fall Celebratory Virtual Event -   A draft agenda for the above can be found here.  There won't be any need to register.  A webinar link will be sent to all members on October 7.  
  • The NCPHA Fall Educational Conference  - postponed until April 27-29, 2022 in Asheville.  If you were previously registered, your registration will be transferred to the new dates.  If you were not registered, registration will begin in mid-February.  Go here for more information.        
  • Lunch and Learn Webinar - Firearm Injuries and Prevention Opportunities:  An Expert Panel Discussiontook place on Friday, September 27. To view the slides or accress the recording:  Go here.
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Message from NCPHA President Michael Zelek               

 

Welcome to the North Carolina Public Health Association (NCPHA) website.  NCPHA is North Carolina’s premiere membership organization for public

 

health professionals and organizations working together to improve the public's health through political advocacy, public awareness, professional development, and the interface between research and practice. NCPHA provides educational and networking opportunities to its members and works to build advocacy and awareness around important public health issues in NC. From COVID-19 and racial justice to clean water and healthcare access, NCPHA’s work spans all public health domains.    

It is a tremendous honor to serve as the NCPHA President for 2020-2021. I have been a proud member of NCPHA for nearly a decade and have found NCPHA’s conferences to be the best around. The opportunity to work alongside and learn from NCPHA’s more than 1,000 members from across the state has made me a better public health professional and person.  

If you are considering joining NCPHA as a member, we would love to have you! Click on Member Center/Join at the top of the page to learn more. If you are already a member, I hope you take advantage of opportunities to get involved, such as through our 11 wonderful sections.  

While COVID-19 has not allowed for in-person conferences in 2020, we are hopeful that we will be able to come together once again in 2021. I hope to be able to see you all at the NCPHA Spring Educational Conference in Raleigh and at the Fall Educational Conference in Asheville. Check our website periodically for additional educational opportunities and updates. 

These are unique and challenging times for all of us, but the importance of public health has never been more evident. Thank you for your service to the field of public health and to all who call North Carolina home. NCPHA stands behind you as you work to make North Carolina a healthier place for all.  

Michael Zelek, MPH
2020-2021 NCPHA President

 

 

 

 


 

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