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Public Health: Public Health Associations

This Research Guide will help MPH students find the resources they need for their classes, papers, projects, and capstone.

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Public Health Associations

American International Health Alliance - A nonprofit organization working to advance global health by helping communities and nations with limited resources build sustainable institutional and human resource capacity.

American Public Health Association (APHA) - The official website for the oldest Public Health association in America. Their website includes a searchable database that links to articles dealing with American Public Health issues.

Association of Schools & Programs of Public Health (ASPPH)  - ASPPH represents 40 schools of public health in North America and Puerto Rico. The association supports the efforts of schools of public health to advance the health of everyone through education, research and policy.

California Public Health Association - North (CPHA-N) - An official affiliate of the American Public Health Association.

Global Health Council - The world's largest membership alliance dedicated to saving lives by improving health throughout the world.

Institute for International Medicine - INMED is a Missouri-registered, non-profit, educational corporation founded in 2003. INMED's mission is to equip healthcare professionals with the unique skills to serve forgotten people.

International Health section of American Public Health Association - Founded in 1976 to provide leadership and a focus on international public health issues within APHA.

National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) - A national organization dedicated to expanding health care access for America’s medically underserved through the community-based health center model. The website includes research and data, policies and issues and a career center.

National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) - The national organization representing local health departments (LHDs). It provides resources, tools, and assistance to LHDs in Community Health, Environmental Health and Public Health Preparedness.

Network for Public Health Law

World Federation of Public Health Associations - An international, nongovernmental, multi-professional and civil society organization bringing together public health professionals interested and active in safeguarding and promoting the public’s health through professional exchange, collaboration, and action.