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New Year, New Beginnings is the focus of our January celebration! Check out See It. Say It. Share It. for a tribute to our members and their work, and tune into our social media channels for member salutes and more throughout the month.
Carol Friesen teamed up her students with Second Harvest Food Bank to create an easy to use recipe bank complete with videos, recipe sheets and educational hand-outs. Get inspired and check out the resources.
ASPHN’s Public Health Nutrition.org takes a deep dive into the profession’s categories of practice. If you’re new to public health nutrition or considering a career change in the field, find resources and trainings to help you enhance your practice.
The Year One FIG Report details the positive impact ASPHN’s Farm to ECE Implementation Grant had on communities in 2021. See how the program strengthened the state teams’ resources, effectiveness, capacity and more.
Want to hone your leadership skills in 2022? Get involved in ASPHN today! We offer opportunities to become an effective leader within the safe confines and encouragement of like-minded peers. Commit to your success today!
At ASPHN, we strengthen nutrition policy, programs and environments for all people through the development of public health nutrition leaders and the collective action of our members nationwide. To accomplish our mission, we provide state and national leadership on food and nutrition policy, programs and services to our membership. Your active participation in ASPHN can keep you and your state on the cutting edge. Stay abreast of emerging public health nutrition issues and strategies; form new connections and partnerships with others professionals; influence important public policy and strengthen your leadership skills with ASPHN.
Do you perform state-level public health nutrition duties in your state department of health, human services, education, agriculture, aging or tribes? You can join ASPHN at no cost if your state pays annual dues! If you aren’t affiliated at the state-level, you can still join ASPHN! Membership starts at $25 for students and $50 for professionals. Learn More…
ASPHN has members in all U.S. states and territories. Our membership directory lists all of our members, their state, program and contact details. Use the directory to find peers and build connections that will strengthen your own work in public health nutrition. Browse the Directory…
I am always inspired by hearing what people from different states are doing, and what the priority issues are in their state. It helps to paint a picture of what cutting edge practice looks like, and helps me determine how best to train my graduate students so that they will have the necessary skills when they complete their MPH and RD.
I love meeting colleagues from around the country with similar work experience and passion for public health nutrition. I also truly appreciate the professional development and leadership opportunities.
Great professional development opportunities, internships for students, and actual program development through COIIN.
ASPHN is so beneficial for my work as a public health nutritionist! The presentations at the annual meeting and webinars during the year are always on point for the work I do. Getting involved in ASPHN Councils, Committees and Board have provided great opportunities to network with wonderful colleagues from around the country. I'm a better professional for joining ASPHN!
Since my role as the Nutrition Services Coordinator for my state’s WIC program is 100% WIC, the MCH Nutrition Council has been a good opportunity to learn about the other MCH programs out there and determine ways to collaborate and reduce barriers for the mutual clientele we serve.
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