New Hampshire Public Health Association


New Hampshire Public Health Association (NHPHA) supports actions to prevent gun violence, especially in response to the Uvalde school shooting. There have been more than 250 mass shootings in 2022, with the Uvalde, Texas school shooting being the 27th school shooting this year, according to the Gun Violence Archive. We have a responsibility to demand that elected officials act now to pass legislation that will reduce the risk of these violent acts. We cannot wait any longer to implement commonsense strategies; the safety of our children and our communities is at stake. Contact Senator Maggie Hassan and Senator Jeanne Shaheen and ask them to vote in favor of H.R.7910 and H.R.8.

Change Management in a Challenging Healthcare Environment: Delivering with Maximum Impact Webinar scheduled for Thursday, July 21, 2022, at 12 PM

Program Specialist II; Department of Health and Human Services - Concord, NH
NH IIS Data Quality Analyst (SDS III); Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health Services - Concord, NH
Behavioral Health Psychologist Faculty, NEW Rural Family Medicine Residency Program; Cheshire Medical Center / Dartmouth Health Juliann Hamblin - Keene, NH

The NHPHA education programs are now approved for CME, nursing and CHES continuing education credits through Southern New Hampshire AHEC and NEPHTC.


Make an Impact and Support Your NHPHA!

June is our fundraising month! Our fundraising goal is 10K! When you donate, you join the NHPHA's Public Health Fundraising Circles. There are three Public Health Fundraising Circles and benefits to choose from. Donors will be recognized on our website for their generous contributions. Your donation will support our public health advocacy campaigns and initiatives, VaxWell NH campaigns, and strengthen the public health workforce educational programs.