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  • ALPHA - Alaska Public Health Association: Public Health professionals in Alaska use the combined strength of scientific knowledge, professional skill, individual commitment, community support, and political will to enable people to achieve their potential to live full, active lives.
  • APHL - Association of Public Health Laboratories: The Association plans, coordinates, and integrates the global expertise of their members to help promote improvement in public health laboratory practice worldwide.
  • American Association of Poison Control Centers: Organization of poison centers and interested individuals which provides a forum to promote the reduction of morbidity and mortality from poisonings through public and professional education and scientific research.
  • American College of Preventive Medicine: Professional society of US physicians focused on disease prevention and health promotion. Provides information about continuing education and about medical and public policy issues.
  • American Council on Science and Health: Consumer education consortium concerned with issues related to food, nutrition, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, lifestyle, the environment and health.
  • American Heart Association: The Association is a national voluntary health agency whose mission is to reduce disability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
  • American Public Health Association: Professional association dedicated to improving the public's health through education and advocacy.
  • American Public Human Services Association: Dedicated to develop, promote, and implement public human service policies that improve the health and well-being of families, children, and adults.
  • Arizona Public Health Association: The mission of the Association is to assist in the protection and promotion of personal and environmental health. Publications and information on public health programs available.
  • Association for the Promotion of Comprehensive Family Health: Provides clinical and social action services that support the goal of comprehensive family health. (Port-au-Prince, Haiti)
  • Association of Local Public Health Agencies: (alPHa) A non-profit association representing public health units in Ontario, Canada. Includes publications, conferences, public health units, projects and programs and partners.
  • Association of Schools of Public Health: National organization representing accredited schools of public health. Links to accredited schools, grants and funding, employment and public health resources.
  • Association of State and Territorial Health Officials: ASTHO - Non-profit public health organization that represents the leaders of State and Territorial health agencies.
  • Benton Franklin Health Department: Public health protection, prevention, promotion, information services for Benton and Franklin counties, in southeast Washington state.
  • Boston Public Health Commission: An independent public agency comprised of a variety of preventive health services.
  • Bureau of Primary Health Care: The BPHC assures that underserved and vulnerable people get the health care they need. It is one of four Bureaus of the Health Resources and Services Administration, an agency in the Department of Health and Human Services.
  • CPHA - Colorado Public Health Association: An Association of professionals working together to assure healthy people and healthy places in Colorado.
  • Cabarrus Health Alliance, Cabarrus County Public Health: Providing information of the numerous services of the Public Health Authority of Cabarrus County, Kannapolis, North Carolina.
  • California Public Health Association - North: An affiliate of the American Public Health Association and works to improve the Public's Health in the State of California.
  • Canadian Consortium for Health Promotion Research: Enhances health promotion in Canada by linking research, capacity development and information dissemination.
  • Center For Health Administration Studies - CHAS: Conducts interdisciplinary studies of local, national, and international health services delivery. Affiliate of the University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration.
  • Center for Health and the Global Environment: The Center's mission is to understand the human health consequences of global environmental change, and to promote a wider understanding of these consequences among physicians, scientists, policy-makers, the media, and the general public.
  • Central Michigan District Health Department: Serving Arenac, Clare, Gladwin, Isabella, Osceola and Roscommon counties.
  • Cerro Gordo County Department of Public Health: Public health services described include immunizations, STD/HIV clinic, home care, senior health clinic, environmental health, lead poisoning, radon within 14-county service area in north Iowa.
  • Community and Public Health Administration: Works to assure that Core Public Health Functions and Essential Public Health Services are provided to everyone in Maryland.
  • Department of Public Health and Environment -Colorado: Regulates public health and environmental protection services for the entire state.
  • Doctors Without Borders: Doctors and nurses volunteer to provide urgent medical care in countries to victims of war and disaster regardless of race, religion, or politics. Provides news, exhibits, publications and speeches and volunteering information. The 'Field News' has information of interest to world health events.
  • European Observatory on Health Care Systems: Promotes health policy-making through analysis of the dynamics of health care systems in Europe, in partnership with WHO.
  • Food and Drug Administration: The Consumer Protection Agency of the U.S. Government which monitors medical devices, foods, drugs, biologics, veterinary medicine, and toxicological research.
  • Georgia Division of Public Health: The central source for public health information in Georgia, with statistics, reports, local services, news, and related topics.
  • Georgia Public Health Association: A non-profit corporation organized for the purpose of promoting the public and personal health of the citizens of Georgia.
  • HAZnet: An online news/forum for Health Action Zone or HAZ partnership between NHS, local authority, voluntary, and business agencies to share ideas in reducing health inequality in England.
  • Health Education Advocate: Dedicated to advocating for public health education and health promotion legislation.
  • Health and Human Development Programs: HHD, a private nonprofit research and development organization, works in the U.S. and around the globe to promote health and justice in many settings - schools, communities, hospitals, workplace, and judicial systems.
  • Henry and Stark County Health Departments: Promoting public health of the counties with programs in environmental health, communicable disease, home health, health and wellness promotion, and maternal and child health. Based in Kewanee, IL.
  • Illinois Public Health Association: Working with other allied organizations and groups to improve the health status of Illinois residents, the quality of the environment, accessibility to basic health services and the capabilities of the public health system.
  • Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs: Strategic, research-based communication for behavior change and health promotion that has helped transform the theory and practice of public health.
  • Kentucky Cabinet for Health Services: The state government agency that administers programs to promote the mental and physical health of Kentuckians.
  • LA County Public Health Programs and Services: Protects health, prevents disease, and promotes health and well-being for all persons in Los Angeles County.
  • Louisiana Public Health Association: (LPHA) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote health in the State of Louisiana.
  • Management Sciences for Health (MSH): A private, nonprofit international organization working in public health areas to strengthen health care management and improve access to critical health care services worldwide, including maternal/child health and family planning.
  • Michigan Public Health Institute: Promoting positive health conditions in populations and communities through research, education and application of scientific health practices.
  • Missouri Citizens' Coalition for Freedom in Health Care: A grassroots organization dedicated to protecting Missouri rights to Freedom in Health Care through informed and educated Choices.
  • NC Division of Public Health: Provides a wide range of programs and services, all aimed toward protecting and improving the health of the people who live and work in North Carolina.
  • National Association of County and City Health Officials - NACCHO: Non-profit association serving 3,000 local health departments. Contains information and resources for those interested in public health and the work of local health agencies.
  • National Association of Local Boards of Health - NALBOH: Represents the interests of local health boards and assists them to assure the health of the community.
  • New Jersey Public Health Planning Association: The Association promotes the development of health services and systems of community needs to assure access to healthcare, and exchange health statistics information.
  • Office of Public Health and Science: A division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, serves as the focal point for leadership and coordination in public health and science.
  • Public Health - Seattle and King County: A comprehensive portal website featuring generally applicable fact sheets on a wide range of public health topics, local public health topics and services.
  • Public Health Division, Health Department of WA: Resources on publications, child health and development and services offered to protect, promote, and restore people's health. (Western Australia)
  • Public Health Foundation: (PHF)Located in Washington, DC. Describes this 30-year-old national, non-profit organization. Includes research, training, calendar of events, tools and resources, projects and initiatives and e-news.
  • Public Health Institute: Promotes health, well being, and quality of life through research, training, and community building.
  • Public Health Practice Program Office: Focusing on the public health workforce, organizational effectiveness, scientific capacity of public health laboratories, systems that manage public health information at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Public Safety Executive Association, Inc.: Job database for public safety professionals.
  • San Francisco Department of Public Health: Protects and promotes the health of all San Franciscans through the work of 2 Divisions - the Community Health Network (CHN) and Population Health and Prevention.
  • Simcoe County Health Unit: Public health programs and services. (Ontario)
  • Sleep Products Safety Council: A non-profit service organization that provides consumer safety information, supports research and promotes activities aimed at reducing hazards associated with sleep products.
  • Snell Memorial Foundation: Not for profit organization dedicated to research, education, testing, and development of helmet safety standards.
  • Sound Partners for Community Health: Describes this competitive national grant program supporting partnerships between public radio stations and local organizations to increase public awareness of health issues. Includes "The Issues", grant profiles, and the "Listening Room" with audio clips. [Realplayer required - ed]
  • Southern California Public Health Association: Providing public health leadership by working to maintain and enhance health promotion, disease and injury prevention, and health protection efforts in California.
  • Tetrahedron, Inc.: A corporation, educating people around the world on public health matters that concern all humanity.
  • The American Lung Association of Nebraska: Information about this non-profit, non-governmental voluntary health organization. Includes information on asthma, tobacco and health related articles and resources. Affiliated with the national American Lung Association.
  • The Hospital Infection Society: Exists to foster the scientific interests of hospital doctors who are interested in nosocomial or hospital acquired infections.
  • The Massachusetts Department of Public Health: Resources on community health programs, provider information and useful publications.
  • Trust for America's Health: Health advocacy organization taking action to prevent disease and protect the health and safety of communities. Provides information and resources on coordinated tracking of diseases and potentially associated environmental factors.
  • Virginia Department of Health Professions: Commonwealth of Virginia Health Regulatory Boards' information, newsletters, and regulations.
  • Washington Health Foundation: Committed to increasing access, improving quality and building healthier communities for the people of Washington state.
  • West Bengal Voluntary Health Association: WBVHA is a Calcutta(India) based NGO working for the promotion of health awareness and offering health services through branches in West Bengal.
  • World Health Organization - WHO/OMS: The United Nations public health arm. Monitors disease outbreaks, assesses the performance of health systems around the globe, maintains world epidemiological and statistical information, and other activities.
  • World Toilet Organization: Includes news and event information, articles of interest, forum, design advisories, with highlights on maintenance and health issues.

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