Minnesota Public Health Association.
Found in 298 Collections and/or Records:
Hispanos en Minnesota: What are some of the issues facing Hispanos in Minnesota? Do they have different problems?, 1992-02-20
Look back over the hundred years of public health and examine our success, and our failures. Look forward to what lies ahead in the world of public health.
HIV in Health Care Workers: what is being done to insure that health care workers don't transmit the HIV virus to their patients?, 1992-07-15
How Public Health Services are Funded, Delivered, and Coordinated at State and Local Level, 1995-06-09
Hypertension: The Silent Killer - What is hypertension and why is it called the Silent Killer? An expert answers the most asked questions., 1994-03-30
Topic: Discussion of efforts in place in Minnesota to assure that children get life-saving immunications and discussion of myths associated with the issue of vaccincations.
Immunizations, 1993: There was a recent epidemic of measles nationally caused by a lack fo vaccination. What is the status locally?, 1993-05-25
The Minnesota Public Health Association was originated in 1907 when health officers around the state organized the Minnesota State Sanitary Conference. In 1947, the Sanitary Conference expanded its membership and changed its name to the Minnesota Public Health Conference. The American Public Health Association officially recognized the Conference as its affiliate in 1948. In 1956, the organization changed its name to the Minnesota Public Health Association.
Topic: How the U.S. health care system differs from other countries. The U.S health care system from the perspective of an international student.
Topic: Use of irradiation has the potential to dramatically reduce the incidence of foodborne illness, but it is not widely used. This episode will focus on the benefits of irradiation of food and discuss fears.
Collection contains personal and professional correspondence of Jay Arthur Myers, tuberculosis crusader, author, editor, and member of the faculty of the School of Public Health, University of Minnesota.
Topic: How can parents and other caring adults talk to teens about sex in a respectful, responsible, and effective manner?
Topics: Looking a some of the major achievements of public health during the last century and speculating on what acute diseases we may be facing.