Evidence-based and Innovative Approaches to Ensure Healthier Communities for ALL is the Theme of this Year's Student Video Challenge

TPHA is currently accepting entrants for the 2023 Student Video Challenge

Deadline is Noon (Central)/ 1:00 pm (Eastern) on Monday, March 13.  Click below for further details.

10th Annual Student Video Challenge Details

Last Year's Video Challenge Winner was Rincon Jagarlamudi, a student in Vanderbilt University's Master of Public Health program whose video was on Health Literacy.  Click on the photo below to view his submission.

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Membership has its Benefits

People hearing presentationMembership in the Tennessee Public Health Association is far more than attending an annual conference at a discounted rate.  Membership includes working with like-minded professionals on committees, in professional sections and community volunteer efforts to make Tennessee a healthier and safer place for residents and visitors to live, work and play.  Benefits include professional growth and development, access to resources and events, leadership and skill building, networking and job searching, peer support, internships and mentoring programs and advocacy.  Continue reading to learn more about Member Benefits

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Tennessee Department of Health Launches In the Dark Campaign

The Tennessee Department of Health has launched the In the Dark media campaign, a multifaceted campaign targeting caregivers, those experiencing memory loss, and those engaging in behaviors that put them at risk for dementia to assist in talking with their healthcare provider about next steps.   Click on the photo below for a preview and go to TDH - In the Dark for more information.


TPHA's Policy Agenda

Members meeting with LegislatorsTPHA is the Voice of Public Health in Tennessee.  Whether working to expand the role of its professionals, advance the practice of public health or promote racial, ethnic and gender diversity and inclusion, TPHA members effect change in these areas and more through policy and systems change and by taking a position for or against legislation on the local and state levels.



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