November/December 2014

  • President's Message
  • Diverse Cadre of Candidates Hopes to Become 'Certifiable'
  • Ebola: A State Health PIO Perspective
  • Awards Program Focus of Grady Study
  • Health Departments Serve Up Potpourri of Ebola Communications
  • Hawaii Lava Flow Prompts Public Health Response
  • Election Tosses Silcox Another Plate To Spin
  • States Kick Off Flu Education Campaigns
  • Get Ready For National Influenza Vaccination Week
  • 'Future Babies' Campaign Aimed At Troubled Children
  • Michigan Tackles Prescription Drug Abuse
  • Kansas Battles Toxic Pond Scum
  • New Membership Information
  • And The Winner Is: Frank Balak
  • January Is National Birth Defects Prevention Month

September/October 2014

  • President's Message
  • Five More Public Health Communicators Earn CCPH Credential
  • On Your Marks, Get Set, Get Certified!
  • Arkansas Snares Most Awards For Excellence
  • Awards: Ottawa Proves Bigger Not Always Better
  • NIAM Toolkit Smashes Record For NPHIC Website Visits
  • Dr. Besser's 'Lessons From The Other Side Of The Camera'
  • California's 'Lost Moments' Strikes Gold
  • Colorado's PIO Must Field Pot Questions, Too
  • Are You Ready For The Flu?
  • New Membership Information
  • 'Texting For Public Health' Toolkit Debuts
  • Ebola Information Line Success In Nebraska
  • Radiation Exercise Focuses On School Legal Questions
  • Paralytic Poisioning and Fukushima Radiation: Alaska's Fish Stories Have PIOs Hopping
  • Icky Germs, Dirty Hands, And Germ Fighting Heros
  • CDC Starts New Prevention Through Health Care Website
  • Big Push To Boost Lagging Adult Vaccination Rates

July / August 2014

  • President's Message
  • Lead State Health PIOs Strengthen CDC Ties
  • MERS Case An Intense Challenge For State PIOs
  • New Membership Information
  • Speak Up! And Go Back To College
  • Measles Returns With A Vengeance
  • Immunization Awareness Month Communications Toolkit Available
  • Alabama's "Just Talk About It" Takes On Suicide
  • Animal Diseases Should Concern You, Too
  • Two NPHIC Members Take On Native American Oral Health
  • California Campaigns Tackle Drought And Wildfires
  • Digital Public Health Toolkit Debuts In New York
 

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