NPHW Twitter Chat

  • April 08, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • RSVP in details

National Public Health Week Twitter Chat

TWITTER CHAT //

Date:

APR 08 2020, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CST


Description

Follow @NPHW to learn more about the NPHW 2020 Twitter Chat! Use the official hashtag, #NPHWchat, in your tweets so users can easily search for what you and others are saying during the event.


RSVP at twtvite.com/yleqzpythc.

Questions? Contact nphw@apha.org

Want to see the questions in advance? They're posted on NPHW.org and

below.




NPHW Twitter Chat

APHA is hosting its tenth annual National Public Health Week Twitter Chat on Wednesday, April 8 at 2 p.m. ET. We'll chat about all things public health, celebrate everything public health has accomplished and talk about where the movement is going. Make sure you follow @NPHW on Twitter and use #NPHWchat.

Please share this link, and make sure your Twitter account has RSVP'ed as well: https://www.twtvite.com/yleqzpythc

The questions we'll be posting during the #NPHWChat:

Q1 We’re celebrating 25 years of National Public Health Week with this year’s theme “NPHW@25: Looking Back, Moving Forward.” What are some of the greatest achievements in public health?

Q2 #COVID-19 is at the forefront of many people’s minds. What are some things you’re doing to help keep people healthy and calm? #FactsOverFear

Q3 Students are the future of public health – and tomorrow is #NPHW Student Day. What challenges will the next generation of public health professionals face, and how can we help them prepare to meet those challenges? Students, what do you need?

Q4 Climate change affects everyone’s health. What are some innovative ideas to help communities build resilience against the health impacts of climate change?

Q5 Violence can have lifelong health impacts and lead to more violence. What is your community doing to interrupt the cycle?

Q6 The places we live, work and play have a big impact on our health. What is your community doing to support healthy housing and to lift families out of poverty?

Q7 As we're all working to #FlattenTheCurve, we're thankful to the people doing their part to stop #COVID19. Who are you thankful for right now? What are they doing to keep their communities healthy and safe during the pandemic? #NPHWChat

Q8 Because we’re “Looking Back, Moving Forward” during this year’s #NPHW, let’s focus on our work ahead: What do we in public health need to do to achieve health equity and make this the #HealthiestNation?



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