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This Is Public Health, a brand run by the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health, raises awareness about education and career options in public health through student ambassadors, graduate fairs, partnerships, interprofessional activities, and other pipeline-building events for students.

Since the inception, This Is Public Health has produced:

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Today is World AIDS Day, a day to collectively raise awareness for the fight against HIV, support people living with HIV, and remember those who lost their lives to an HIV/AIDS-related illness. Since its recognition in 1984, more than 35 million people have died from HIV or AIDS-related illnesses and an estimated 38 million people are living with the virus today. Though great strides have been made since 1984, there is still a critical need for increased awareness about protecting oneself from HIV, fighting the stigma, and raising money to continue supporting the movement.

Visit the link in our bio to learn more about World AIDS Day and how to get involved!

#ThisIsPublicHealth #worldaidsday
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We are devastated by the recent shootings at Club Q, an LGBTQI+ nightclub in Colorado Springs, CO. 

The LGBTQI+ community has continued to face a multitude of hate crimes. We stand by this community as we champion social justice, equity, and health for all. 

Our hearts break for the victims and families of those who were killed and injured in this recent tragedy, as well as those traumatized by this event. As President Biden said, โ€œWe must address the public health epidemic of gun violence in all of its forms.โ€ 

We hope others join us in our commitment to do more to end these unacceptable acts of gun violence. We urge everyone to reach out to their members of Congress to pass additional legislation to prevent these violent acts and end this public health epidemic.

Read @aspphorg full statement via link in our bio.
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Ocean and Seas Health 
Our ocean and coasts affect us allโ€”even those of us who don't live near the shoreline. It is a global highway for the movement of commerce and regulates global temperature. And vital source of food for many. Keeping our ocean healthy is more than just protecting human healthโ€”it's also about finding new ways to save lives. All new marine-based drugs have already been discovered that treat some types of cancer, antibiotic resistant staph infections, pain, asthma, and inflammation. A health ocean leads to a healthier nation. For more information

What does the ocean have to do with human health? Comment below...

#AmbassadorTakeover @stgeorgeu
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Hello! My name is Nigel Edwards from @stgeorgesu I will be officially taking over this platform this week! 

We will bring to you a range of public health topics from mental health awareness, oceans and seas health and a few surprises!

Like and Follow to keep in the loop! Comment and share your thoughts!

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Hi everyone!! I am Arpana Karki. I am student at East Tennessee State University College of Public Health @etsucph. I am currently enrolled in Master in Health Administration Degree @etsu_mha. 
I will takeover TIPH social media and take this opportunity to focus my radar to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) and Rural Health.
I was born and raised in Nepal and I have been residing in United States for eight years now. I chose Public Health Major because I believe that I can help make a change and positively impact several lives. I dream to work for United Nations one day. 
#ambassadortakeover #thisispublichealth #americanpublichealth #etsucph #etsumha
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Join us this Wednesday, November 9, 5:30 โ€“ 7:30 PM ET in Boston, MA, for our in-person public health graduate school fair.

Speak with representatives from 60+ institutions to find a graduate program that works for you!

Visit the link in our bio to learn more and register.
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Today is World Polio Day! Partners around the world collaborate to work towards eradicating polio through polio immunizations. Poliomyelitis, also known as poliovirus or polio, is a disease that is spread through person-to-person contact from food and unsanitary water. Polio affects the spinal cord and can cause paralysis of the body. Before 1988, there were over 125 countries with polio cases. Currently, there are only two countries with polio cases. Since 1988, polio cases have reduced by about 99%.

Sources: End Polio Now, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization
#AmbassadorTakeover #ThisIsPublicHealth #cphhs @cphhs
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Letโ€™s talk about food! October 16th is World Food Day. This week we will learn about food insecurity and action steps to create food security for our neighbors foreign and domestic! #AmbassadorTakeover @temple_cph
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Join us for our next in-person public health graduate school fair in Berkeley, CA on October 13th, 5:30 โ€“ 7:30 PM PT. 

Speak with representatives from 30+ institutions to find a graduate program that works for you!

Visit the link in our bio to learn more and register.
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