The mission of the Connecticut Public Health Association (CPHA) is to represent and unite the diverse expertise of Connecticut's public health professionals, to ameliorate the most pressing public health issues in the state, and to promote health and safe living for the people of Connecticut. CPHA works to promote and protect the public's health through advocacy; education; program, professional and workforce development; and networking among the public health community.
2016 CPHA Annual Conference
Exhibitor, Sponsor, and Advertising Opportunities
In celebration of this year's centennial conference, CPHA is offering Early Bird Discounts for all potential Sponsors, Advertisers, and Exhibitors! Click here for more information!
Save up to $400 on a Sponsorship, $50 on an Exhibitor Table, and $25 on any sized advertisement!
Sponsorship of CPHA’s Annual meeting provides a unique opportunity to reach out to public health professionals, health care practitioners, community groups, faculty and students across the state. This year’s venue is ideal for sponsors and exhibitors – exhibits will be set up in the main lobby. There are a variety of sponsorship levels for all organizations and individuals.
Click here for the offline 2016 Application Form and Prices for Sponsors, Exhibitors, and Advertisers
The CPHA conference has sold out over the last few years, so take advantage of this opportunity to partner with CPHA and inform the public health community of your services, products and programs.
Announcing the 2016 Public Health Awardees!
The Connecticut Public Health Association is pleased to announce the 2016 list of outstanding recipients of our public health awards.
C.E.A. Winslow Award, CT’s highest honor, recognizes a public health professional for demonstrated leadership and achievement in public health practice, research and/or education.
Debbie L. Humphries, PhD, MPH, Yale School of Public Health
Ira V. Hiscock Award recognizes a layperson that has made notable contributions to the advancement of public health through public service, education, advocacy and/or leadership.
The Witness Project of Connecticut, Bridgeport, CT
Charles G. Huntington III Award recognizes a health care practitioner who has demonstrated public health leadership and a commitment to the health and well-being of populations.
Thomas P Meehan, MD, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Hartford, CT
The Michael J. Perlin Student Award recognizes a current public health student who demonstrates, through student activities and/or community service, a commitment to leadership, volunteerism, and the highest educational standards.
Randy Domina and Elizabeth Schwartz, MPH Candidates, Southern Connecticut State University
Please plan to join us for the CPHA Networking and Awards Breakfast on Friday, April 8, 2016 from 8 am to 10 am at the Energize CT Center in North Haven, CT. Celebrate the National Public Health Week by celebrating our outstanding colleagues in public health. Registration is just $12 and $10 for students. Click to register!