Minnesota Public Health Association


Mission
To create a healthier Minnesota through effective 
public health practice and engaged citizens

MPHA Governing Council Elections - open until March 16, 2020!

To vote: please follow the surveymonkey link in the Feb. 10th Member email

MPHA Annual Awards - nominations due February 26, 2020!

Click here for award descriptions, history, and nomination form


Featured Upcoming Events (all events listed here):



Celebrate Immunization Rally

February 18

11:00-11:30 am

Capitol Rotunda

Please RSVP online


February 13th Star Tribune Editorial: Vaccines now have a voice at State Capitol


Post-rally events:

College students studying medicine and medicine-adjacent staff

invited to meet with the Doctors' Caucus after the rally - register here


Everyone invited to network over lunch at 

Department of Transportation cafeteria (no rsvp needed)



20192020 MPHA "Public Health Matters" Policy Forum Series

"Environmental Health: Is There Justice for All?"


REGISTRATION OPEN!


March 20, 2020…in the water we use  


This forum's panelists and participants will address the equal distribution of Minnesota's water resources. Is there equal access to clean water? Where is the greatest impact of water pollution felt?


More information and registration 



MPHA 2020 ANNUAL CONFERENCE


The Power of Many: Building a Healthier Future Together for All

May 4-5, 2020

Eagan Community Center, Eagan, MN

Registration is OPEN!


Review the MPHA Conference website for draft program, sponsorship info, and more.

  • Acknowledgement of Ancestral Lands Statement


  • This statement was developed by the MPHA Health Equity Committee and its partners, for use at all MPHA gatherings. Click here for additional information.


  • We ask that you take a moment to honor and acknowledge that we are on the ancestral homelands of the Dakota and Anishinaabe. Indigenous people have a long-standing history and connection to the land since time immemorial, and are the original stewards of lands and waters. Many American Indians were forcibly exiled from their lands because of aggressive and persistent settler colonialism and U.S. Governmental policies, but they persevered. We make this acknowledgment to honor the Dakota and Anishinaabe people, ancestors and descendants, as well as the land itself.



Upcoming Events

February 18, 2020 11:00 AM • Minnesota State Capitol Rotunda
February 19, 2020 5:30 PM • Email membership@mpha.net
February 20, 2020 5:30 PM • Please RSVP for current month's meeting location.
February 21, 2020 12:00 PM • See meeting details
March 11, 2020 11:00 AM • MPHA Zoom/In-person
March 12, 2020 4:00 PM • Minnesota Council of Health Plans 2550 University Avenue West, St. Paul, MN 55114-1904, Suite 255 South, large conference room B

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