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      Policy Statements

      What is a policy statement?
      APHA members develop policy statements on key public health topics, from obesity to breastfeeding to control of infectious diseases to eliminating health disparities. Proposed policy statements only become official APHA policy statements after approval by the APHA Governing Council at the Annual Meeting.

      How can I use APHA policy statements?
      Our policy statements:

      • help shape APHA's position on legislation and regulations.
      • are used to write briefs and statements on many public health issues.
      • highlight the latest research on specific public health topics.
      • are the source of information for reference and resource information for the public, such as infographics, fact sheets and reports.

      Learn more about APHA's policy statements and how you can use them. (PDF)

      Policy statements adopted at our 2019 Annual Meeting and Expo

      Joint Policy Committee November 2019 Business Meeting Recommendations

      APHA policy statement database

      Questions about policy statements? Email us.