The 144th American Public Health Association Conference will be in Atlanta! We look forward to you joining us November 4th -November 8th!

APHA 2017 Annual Meeting & Expo Atlanta Nov. 4-8


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49th Annual Hildrus Poindexter Awards Dinner Ticket LINK



MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT


Dear BCHW Members and Interested Members:

Thank you for your continued interest in the Black Caucus of Health Workers (BCHW), an independent organization officially affiliated with the American Public Health Association (APHA). To those that are not members, your interest in BCHW membership reflects your commitment to the promotion of excellence in meeting the health care needs of Black people in America by APHA and other health related organizations. Through BCHW you will have the opportunity to meet other health professionals and students interested in public health and other health related fields.

During the next APHA Annual Conference to be held November 4-8, 2017 in Atlanta, GA, BCHW is sponsoring several sessions and workshops dedicated to Black and other minority communities.

BCHW will also host the 49th Annual Hildrus Poindexter Awards Dinner which will take place on Tuesday, November 7th, 2017 at Morehouse College School of Medicine. For tickets please click HERE

In addition to these conference events, BCHW wants to make sure you are taking full advantage of all the membership benefits available:

Access to professional development directly through annual meeting activities or through the dissemination of information regarding other opportunities.

Provide input that will positively influence APHA’s activities, policies and commitments to the health issues of people of African descent though Section or other activities of the Association.

Increase the number of people of African descent health professionals in the United States through targeted programs of outreach, recruitment, professional development, and mentoring.

Receive a structure and a forum through which health care professionals of African descents can exchange views, develop strategies and implement programs designed to improve the health status of the community of people of African descent.

I look forward to the opportunity of speaking with you at some point during the annual conference in November.

Sincerely,


Apryl Brown, MD, MPH, FRSPH
President