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Wednesday, June 5, 2013
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Special Announcements:

The Network for Public Health Law seeks director to lead national efforts
The Network for Public Health Law has launched a nationwide search for a director of its National Coordinating Center (NCC), based at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota. This leadership position will help steer the course of public health law and ensure the Network’s success as a catalyst for a healthier nation.
The Network is led by the director of the National Coordinating Center, who serves as a “leader of leaders” in designing and achieving a compelling vision for the Network’s future. The director leads operations of the Network and the NCC, serves as the Network’s spokesperson and liaison with national partners, coordinates the work of five Regional Centers across the United States, and ensures consistent and effective responses to key public health law issues.
For best consideration, applications should be submitted by close of business, June 30, 2013. The full position description, application process, and application requirements can be viewed on the Network’s website
American Public Health Association 141st Annual Meeting and Expo
The APHA 141st Annual Meeting and Exposition will take place November 2–6 in Boston. Registration and housing for the Annual Meeting opened June 3. Discounted registration fees will be available until August 22. Opening General Session speakers include attorney and spokesperson on leadership and public issues, Sarah Weddington, internationally acclaimed epidemiologist, Michael Marmot, and Boston Mayor, Thomas Menino. The Closing General Session will focus on the health of native people. Keynote speaker Evan Tlesla Adams will share his experience as British Columbia’s first-ever aboriginal health physician advisor. The meeting will include more than 1,000 scientific sessions and countless networking opportunities. Find more information and register for the APHA Annual Meeting and Expo.

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The CDC Public Health Law News is published the third Thursday of each month except holidays, plus special issues when warranted. It is distributed only in electronic form and is free of charge.
The News is published by the CDC Public Health Law Program in the Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support.

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