Alumni Reception at APHA

Pitt Public Health Reception in Philadelphia

Pitt Public Health alumni are invited to a special reception during the 2019 APHA Annual Meeting & Expo in Philadelphia. Connect with school leadership, faculty, and colleagues, while getting the scoop on recent advancements and opportunities for engagement. Cocktails and light hors d’oeuvres will be served.

If you know of other Pitt Public Health alumni who will be in the Philly area, bring them along. See you there!

APHA Annual Meeting and Expo registration is not required to attend the Pitt Public Health evening reception.

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APHA 2019 Annual Meeting & Expo

Alumni Event Questions?

Jennifer Sciullo
alumni coordinator
jennifer.alison@pitt.edu
412-648-9725

at the APHA Meeting

Find out more about Pitt Public Health’s participation at the APHA Annual Meeting and Expo, including a look at our featured work.

faculty, students, and alumni present their work at APHA

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UPMC Passavant names Lorenz new VP of operations 

UPMC Passavant names Lorenz new VP of operations

NORTH HILLS MONTHLY - Keith Lorenz (HPM '11) has been appointed vice president of operations for UPMC Passavant. He will support and lead the hospital in its goal to be the best place for people to work, patients to receive care, and for advanced care providers and physicians to practice medicine. ... (08/06/2019)
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Mara Hollander shares her research on opioid prescribing and physician relationships with pharmaceutical companies at APHA 2018  

Mara Hollander shares her research on opioid prescribing and physician relationships with pharmaceutical companies at APHA 2018

APHA  - Mara Hollander (HPM) presented a poster titled Financial Relationships with Pharmaceutical Companies are Related to Increased Opioid Prescribing at APHA's 2018 annual meeting. Hollander matched Medicare Part D claims from Pennsylvania clinicians with 2014 Open Payments data. The final sampl... (11/24/2018)
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Thistle Elias and Yuae Park share their research at APHA 2018 examining barriers preventing participants in the WISEWOMAN program from implementing healthy lifestyle changes 

Thistle Elias and Yuae Park share their research at APHA 2018 examining barriers preventing participants in the WISEWOMAN program from implementing healthy lifestyle changes

APHA - Professor Thistle Elias (and alumna, BCHS '12) and doctoral student Yuae Park (BCHS '20) share their research examining the barriers preventing some participants in the WISEWOMAN (WW) program from implementing healthy lifestyle changes at APHA's 2018 annual meeting. The researchers interview... (11/24/2018)