APHA TV returns to 2017 Annual Meeting
APHA TV brings a different element to the conference using video and is a great platform to learn about new and ongoing initiatives improving the health of the public.
Partnering again with international film and broadcasting company WebsEdge, APHA TV will produce a new daily episode during the conference featuring:
- Conference News: On-site, APHA TV will film interviews, capture session highlights and hear delegates’ insights and reactions from around the conference.
- In-Depth Reports: Five-minute documentary style films from universities, institutions, and organizations looking to highlight programs, case studies and ongoing initiatives that are making a difference.
At the conference, APHA TV will be on screens around the venue, in selected delegate hotels on dedicated TV channels and available online and social media platforms. See what we captured as part of the APHA TV 2016 coverage in the video player below.
In the lead up to the 2017 conference, WebsEdge will be reaching out to organizations to discuss the opportunity of producing a film about their work, to be included in the APHA TV 2017 program.
Only a limited number of organization will be featured in APHA TV 2017. Learn more about the in-depth reports by contacting Huw Harries.
Check out the 2016 Thought Leadership videos featuring:
Yale School of Medicine — Equity Research and Innovation Center
ZIKA: State of Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene
Addressing Health Disparities in Diverse Communities — Old Colony YMCA
Coconino County Public Health Services
Disparities in HIV Prevention — Capacity Building Assistance Provider Network
Greater Lawrence Family Health Center
Cedars-Sinai Healthy Habits
Morehouse School of Medicine: Informing Policy to Advance Health Equity
California Prevention Training Center
The Black Women's Health Imperative
Center for Asbestos Related Diseases
Lehigh Valley Hospital AIDS Activity Office
Idaho Physical Activity and Nutrition Program — Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
National Center for Environmental Health: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention