📣The APHA Occupational Health and Safety/Public Health Nursing Sections sent a letter to HHS Secretary Azar on April 13, 2020 to urge that recent weakened guidance for worker protections be rescinded. This excellent letter was carefully drafted by these section leaders. Please help get this letter in wider distribution to your Congressional representatives to help our make our nation more safe for our health workers. To review this letter and learn more, please visit https://tinyurl.com/aphaletter📣The APHA Oral Health section has released the newest dental recommendations based on currently available information for COVID-19 and consistent with the CDC and the American Dental Association (ADA). 🦷 The Oral Health Section of APHA advises all dental offices and clinics to voluntarily limit dental care to emergencies and urgent situations only. Based on the current situation of COVID-19 in the US and the high risk for transmission in a dental setting, this is the best way to protect our dental health care workers and our communities.✨To learn more, please visit https://tinyurl.com/covidoralhealth
The APHA 2020 call for abstracts opens in December 2019. APHA is currently accepting exhibitors and sponsors for APHA 2020. APHA BCHW is accepting abstracts until February 15, 2020.
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The APHA 2020 call for abstracts opens in December 2019. We are currently accepting exhibitors and sponsors for APHA 2020. APHA BCHW is accepting abstracts until February 15, 2020.