The State of NH ADAP/NH CARE Program, the Community Health Institute/JSI, and New Hampshire Hunger Solutions have new available positions, see our Internships and Job Postings page for more details.

Public Health Reports, in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Office of Minority Health and Health Equity (OMHHE), recently released a  Call for Papers  inviting submissions for a supplement on practice-based research about promising and eff­ective strategies for advancing health equity by improving minority health and reducing health disparities. This supplement will give state, tribal, local, and territorial (STLT) public health practitioners an opportunity to not only discuss health equity–related insights but to also highlight their efforts, achievements, and service on behalf of the public to advance health equity. 


This session is designed to take public health professionals through an interactive and participatory group discussion on leading change in the public health and healthcare settings. In this session, the speaker will provide an overview of change management theories, change management applications, how to create a sense of urgency as a pre-condition for change, how public health professionals should think about when leading change, and the current level of fatigue observed in the healthcare system within the context of change management in the current environment. 


In NH we value that everyone lives freely, but that means ensuring everyone has equal opportunity to thrive. We know that organizations strive to ensure this opportunity by providing high-quality services that are accessible to all in NH – yet achieving this can be challenging. Many of us have simply not had access to training about an effective approach that would turn our goals into broader success. The good news is that a roadmap exists; there is a framework to provide high-quality services for all called the Culturally Effective Organizations Framework, and this framework is the roadmap. 


Reliable data is necessary for public health, in every aspect of practice. In this session, the presenters will talk about the variety of ways data are critical to public health and discuss some of the common data used in public health. The presenters will provide examples of resources available for public health professionals in NH.

NHPHA Summer Merchandise

Show your pride in and support of NHPHA’s work in style!
Summer selections of NHPHA’s merchandise include
women’s tank tops ($16), unisex baseball hats ($15), and
ur favorite men’s and women’s tees ($17 and $15) are
back in stock! 

Other selections with pricing shown at:

If you’re ready to buy, just email [email protected] and let
Autumn know what you’re interested in purchasing and
we will process your order! They make great gifts while
supporting a great cause.