June 2022 Inside the NHPHA

Inside NHPHA - A Monthly Column Written by NHPHA Leadership
Message from the NHPHA Executive Director

Dear Members:

We have reached the end of the legislative session in New Hampshire. The Association worked closely with members and partners to submit testimonies and took actions aligned with our legislative issues and priorities. Some wins include House Bill 1639, relative to the youth risk behavior survey in schools. On the other hand, House Bill 1606, which would make the state vaccine registry opt-in participation vs. opt-out, has passed the House and Senate and moved to the Governor's desk. The NHPHA urged members to contact the Governor to veto the bill. 

Now, the NHPHA's education programs are approved for nursing, CME, and the Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) continuing education credits. I encourage you to register and earn your continuing education credits. Here is a summary of upcoming Webinars:
  • Operationalizing Equity: An Introduction to the Culturally Effective Organizations Framework is scheduled for Thursday, June 9, 2022, at 12:00 pm. The Webinar is presented by Paula Smith, MBA, EdD, Director, Southern NH AHEC, and Trinidad Tellez, MD, Principal [Health] Equity Strategies, LLC. Register Today!
  • Data for Decision-Making: The Cornerstone of Public Health Practice is scheduled for Tuesday, June 21, 2022, at 11:00 am. The Webinar is presented by Amy Costello, MPH, Director, Center for Health Analytics, Institute for Health Policy and Practice, UNH; Al Lemay, Business Systems Analyst, New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services; William Moir, MPH, Chief, Health Statistics and Data Management Section, New Hampshire Division of Public Health Services; and Jo Porter, MPH, Director, Institute for Health Policy and Practice, UNH. Register Today!
  • Change Management in a Challenging Healthcare Environment: Delivering with Maximum Impact is scheduled for Thursday, July 21, 2022, at 12:00 pm. The Webinar is presented by Louise Keogh Weed, Program Director of the Leadership Strategies for Evolving Health Care Executives Program and a Practice Transformation Specialist at the Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care. Register Today!
June is our fundraising month! NH Gives fundraising event begins in five days! Donations are accepted on June 7 - 8, 2022, via the NH Gives website (https://www.nhgives.org/organizations/new-hampshire-public-health-association). 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. Visit (https://www.nhgives.org/organizations/new-hampshire-public-health-association) on June 7 - 8, 2022, and support the NHPHA!
 
We recognize that without you to share knowledge, exchange information, and give back to the public health community, NHPHA cannot accomplish its work. For that reason, I give my sincere gratitude to you – the public health professionals, partners, and funders that support our work.
 
Thank you and have a lovely month!

 
Hanan Bedri, MS, MS
Executive Director
New Hampshire Public Health Association
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