Spring 2017 Conference Announcement

Attached is the registration form for the upcoming NCEHSA Spring Meeting, April 5-7, 2017.  Please complete the application and return to Michael Southwick.  As in years past we will be charging $75.00. 

The Hampton Inn has reserved a block of 40 rooms.  The rates are $98.00 for standard rooms and $119.00 for the suites (for the high-rollers).  The cut-off date is March 22, 2017 so get your rooms ASAP.

We are still working on the agenda and hope to get it finalized soon. Thanks to all of you that have provided topics and/or speakers. We still have some open slots so don’t be shy if you have an idea for a topic you would like to see presented.

 NCEHSA Spring 2017 Registration

Fall Conference Updates 2016

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NC Zika Response Updates: Aedes Survey Results

Fall Conference, 2016.  Brian Byrd, PhD, MSPH, Associate Professor Environmental Health Sciences Program College of Health and Human Sciences Western Carolina University NC Zika Response Aedes Survey

Pilot QA Program Update

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Well Decision Tree

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Early Public Health: Tarboro

Town Milk Put Tarboro on the Map

As the first city in the country — and perhaps the world — to operate a municipal milk plant, Tarboro set an international example for public health in the early 20th century.  Read more from Our State Magazine.