What's New at NACCHO?

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NACCHO's Model Practices Program - Deadline Extended to Dec. 19!
NACCHO is now accepting applications for the 2018–2019 Model Practices Program. The program honors and recognizes outstanding local health initiatives from across the nation, and shares and promotes these practices among local health departments through the Model Practice Database.
Listen to the Model Practices webinar recording for details on the application process. There is no limit to the number of awards given. Online submissions must be received by 11:59 ET on December 19, 2018. Submissions can be made online here.

For more information, please visit the Model Practices webpage or contact practices@naccho.org

Faces of Local Public Health 

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The “Faces of Local Public Health” is a monthly profile series on the NACCHO website that highlights the achievements of active members. The posts will include a member’s brief biography, professional photo, and description of their success story. 

Eligibility: Open to all staff at local health departments that are active, dues-paying members. To check membership status, email membership@naccho.org. 

If you have any questions on the process, please contact membership@naccho.org and include "Faces of Local Public Health" in the subject line, or call 202-507-4250. 

Do we know how to reach you? Log onto your MyNACCHO account to make sure we have your team’s correct contact information.

For any questions on your MyNACCHO account, email membership@naccho.org.


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Who's Who

Who's Who features committee and workgroup chairs as a way to recognize NACCHO's volunteer leaders.

This month's featured chair is Carrie Harter, MPH from the Florida Department of Health in Manatee County (Bradenton, Florida). 

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Listen Up

Did you know NACCHO launched a podcast series? Listen here. 

The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) Podcast Series features in-depth interviews with top public health officials.

The NACCHO Podcast Series

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