Texas Public Health Coalition

Upcoming 2014 Events

June 26 and 27 – Texas Tobacco Summit, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston
Commemorating the 50th University of the first Surgeon General’s report, Smoking and Health: Report of the Advisory Committee to the Surgeon General

September 4 – University of Health Forum II

November 13 – University of Health Forum II


University of Health 2012

THPC held public health forums throughout 2012 to discuss Texas’ role in public health and safety, and economic stability. These sessions focused on public health infrastructure, immunizations, obesity, and tobacco use and cancer prevention and their impact on the physical and fiscal health of Texas. Staff members of Texas legislators and news media were invited to attend.    

View the presentations from each forum:

Public Health Infrastructure:

Immunizations:

Obesity:

 Tobacco Use and Cancer Prevention:

About the Texas Public Health Coalition

Who we are: The Texas Public Health Coalition is a coalition of health professional organizations and health-focused organizations dedicated to disease prevention and health promotion.

Purpose: The coalition works to reduce preventable disease by advancing effective public policies that promote a safe and healthy environment and healthy behaviors for all Texas residents. 

The mission of the coalition is to:

• Develop leadership and consensus among health professionals and health-focused organizations and entities on critical public health issues.
• Prioritize and advocate for statewide policies, programming, and funding to address public health issues.
• Inform and educate Texas elected officials on public health issues.
• Provide information and analysis on public health policy for media, policy makers, regulatory bodies, and the public.
• Monitor our state’s progress in addressing high-priority public health issues.
• Strengthen the interaction between the health care and public health communities.

 
2013 Members 

The members of the Texas Public Health Coalition include:

Resources

 

  


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