American Public Health Association 133rd Annual Meeting and Exposition.
What does APHA stand for?
APHA stands for American Public Health Association
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We have 36 other meanings of APHA in our Acronym Attic
- Hospital Transport (naval ship type)
- African Professional Hunters Association
- Alaska Professional Hunter Association (Anchorage, AK)
- Alberta Public Health Association
- All Pakistan Homeopaths Association
- Amateur Photographers Association
- American Paint Horse Association
- American Pharmaceutical Association
- American Pharmacists Association
- American Printing History Association
- Animal and Plant Health Agency (UK)
- Animal and Plant Health Association (Ireland)
- Appaloosa Horse Association
- Association of Port Health Authorities (UK)
- Australian Palomino Horse Association
- Australian Private Hospitals Association
- American Pharmaceutical Association-Academy of Students of Pharmacy
- Alberta Public Housing Administrators Association (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
- Abbreviated Profile of Hearing Aid Benefit
- Association des Pharmaciens Hospitaliers d'alsace et de Lorraine
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 2001, the American Public Health Association cited such probable effects as increased heat-related mortality, more rapid spread of vector-borne disease, greater incidence of water-borne diseases because of more intense precipitation and threatened agriculture to recommend that more attention be paid to climate change.
org American Public Health Association (APHA), November 6-10, 2004 in Washington, DC.
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As presented at the "peer-reviewed" American Public Health Association conference as well as to The Advocate, the purpose of this national survey was to examine both the health risk behaviors and positive assets reported among self-identified LGBT college students.