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The Iowa Public Health Association made its PHACT campaign work personal, stressing the importance of saving the Prevention and Public Health Fund for Iowans, said Jeneane Moody, MPH, APHA member, executive director of the Affiliate.
Although HHF has conducted syphilis testing for many years, these results were only recently added to PHACT (2006).
PHACT helps advocates prepare for reaching out to representatives and senators with a wide variety of tools, from templates for writing opinion editorials and letters to the editor to tips for speaking at a town hall or public meeting.
The PHACT campaign also offers fact sheets and resources on its priorities --public health funding, the Prevention and Public Health Fund, climate change, strong child nutrition standards and gun violence prevention--as well as infographics and other shareables to make the case for public health.
The PHACT campaign encourages public health advocates, including Affiliate members, to set up meetings with their congressional elected representatives and staff to discuss the importance of public health.
The PHACT campaign also offers fact sheets on topics such as climate change, the Prevention and Public Health Fund and child nutrition as well as infographics.
Starting during the July 4 recess and carrying through August, the PHACT campaign provides resources and tools to help public health advocates reach their elected officials in order to advance public health on the national stage.
The campaign, also known as PHACT, gives APHA affiliated state and regional public health associations and members the advocacy tools to emphasize national public health priorities to congressional leaders during summer recess.
APHA's annual Public Health Action campaign, also known as PHACT, encourages members to contact their elected officials about public health issues.
Released in conjunction with APHA's Public Health Action campaign, or PHACT, the fact sheets share statistics on public health issues such as access to care and chronic diseases.
APHA is calling on its members to take action on behalf of public health in upcoming months through its Public Health Action campaign, known as PHACT.
Also known as PHACT, the campaign equips Affiliates and members with tips and talking points on APHA's public health priorities, such as legislation to reduce gun violence, to address with their congressional leaders during the summer recess.