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1st Annual Human Services for Social Justice and Sustainability Conference

Public Health Improvement Training

Our Mission...

The mission of the Connecticut Public Health Association (CPHA) is to represent and unite the diverse expertise of Connecticut's public health professionals, to ameliorate the most pressing public health issues in the state, and to promote health and safe living for the people of Connecticut. CPHA works to promote and protect the public's health through advocacy; education; program, professional and workforce development; and networking among the public health community.

2017 CPHA Conference - Call for Abstracts

The Connecticut Public Health Association (CPHA) Program Planning Committee is accepting abstracts for presentations for CPHA’s 2017 Centennial Conference.  The centennial conference will be held on October 30, 2017 at The Aqua Turf in Southington, CT with the theme "From Patient to Population Health - Disparities Matter.” 


Guidelines/Rules for Submission:

· Deadline: June 1, 2017 for Oral, Roundtable breakout sessions, rapid fire/ignite presentations or panel discussion.

· All submissions must be done electronically, either via the online form or by submitting the 2017 Conference Abstract Form to

· All components of the submission form must be completed in their entirety

· Abstracts must include at least 3 learning objectives

· Presenters will be notified by June 17, 2017 of status and the committee member who will be coordinating the session

· Presentation topics should be pertinent to the theme

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Help CPHA Reach 30 Million Steps by April 8


Steps Recorded!

With a population of just over 3.5 million, Connecticut's fair share is 10 million steps of APHA's goal of 1 billion. But CPHA believed that WITH YOU we can easily reach 30 million steps and Make CT the Healthiest State by April 8.  AND WE WERE RIGHT.  Look at the number below, and keep on Stepping to show APHA, policymakers and business leaders just how healthy we are in Connecticut.

For more information, visit CPHA's National Public Health Week page.

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