Recognize outstanding state and territorial health department programs and initiatives. Nominations are due May 29.
Recognize your colleagues for outstanding service on behalf of the public health community. Nominations are due June 30.
A toolkit of materials from states, national organizations, and federal agencies to help states and territories improve hypertension control.
Data that state health officials and their teams can use to highlight activities to improve health for all populations that they serve.
Descriptions of ASTHO-supported state activities to promote and support breastfeeding.
Practical recommendations for integrating vector control activities into overall preparedness and emergency management efforts.
Simple answers developed by ASTHO to the top questions state health officials and their staff may be asked about Ebola.
Materials to aid state-level surveillance and response to cases of Chikungunya fever in the U.S.
Toolkits to help public health officials understand and use legal authorities to prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Primary Care and Public Health Highlights newsletter
from states and territories
Improving birth outcomes in the U.S. Read more »
NIH Study Supports Assertion that Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism
A recent study maintains the longstanding claim that there is no link between childhood immunizations and autism.
Indiana Improves Vaccination Rates, Access, and Tracking Thanks to Partnership-Driven Legislation
In five years, Indiana passed three laws that dramatically reduced vaccine-covered meningococcal disease, expanded immunization administration capability for pharmacists, and improved vaccine tracking across the state.
How the Million Hearts Initiative is Improving Hypertension
ASTHO has partnered with Million Hearts to help prevent one million heart attacks and strokes by 2017, with a specific goal of helping state health agencies reduce high blood pressure incidence.
Apr 23-24, 2015
Emory Conference Center and Hotel
Jul 13-14, 2015
Grand America Hotel
Jul 14-16, 2015
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