Minnesota Public Health Association

To create a healthier Minnesota through effective 

public health practice and engaged citizens

Read the MPHA Statement on the U.S. Insurrection

Special thanks to MPHA's Health Equity Committee for their work on this statement.

Embracing the Journey with Amy Zellmer

Register for the March 4th 11 am event

MPHA 2020-2021 "Public Health Matters" Policy Forum Breakfast Series

"Environmental Health: Is There Justice for All?"...for our vulnerable populations?

Review previous forums

Register for March 5th forum

Public Health Perspective on Plagues and Pandemics with Dr. Ed Ehlinger 

Federal Reserve COVID Workplace Screenings

Feb. 10th event recording and slides

Dr. Harold (Hal) Leppink

February 9, 1926 - November 3, 2020, obituary published January 10, 2021

MPHA is collecting remembrances of Dr. Leppink, a MPHA Past President, to share with his family. Please feel free to share your reflections in the link below. A celebration to honor his lifetime of public health & medicine work will be listed in the coming months.

Share Your Remembrances with Dr. Hal Leppink's Family 

MPHA Annual Conference

“Bold and Humble - Engaging in Anti-Racist Public Health"

April 29-30, 2021

Virtual conference

Members: Log in to mpha.net to review past issues under Membership

Hear from three of our members why they support MPHA!

Access & growth ~ community engagement ~ professional development


"Your money supports access. 

It supports community. And it supports the professional growth 

of people who are working in public health, making a difference." 

Ellen Saliares,

Membership Co-Chair

"From attending the annual conference

 to being a committee member,

community engagement,

community involvement,

volunteer opportunities

...and connecting with people overall on a public health standpoint!"

DeAndre' Morris Jr.,

Membership Committee

"MPHA is helping me

develop as a professional

and get ready for what I'm going to do next."

Delaine Anderson, student member



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