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14 Apr 2021
General Secretary for R+D+i, Isaac Túnez, had a meeting with ASPHER President and with Director-Manager of the Escuela Andaluza de Salud Pública The General Secretary for Research, Development and Innovation in Health, Dr. Isaac Túnez...
2 Apr 2021
ASPHER Secretariat is happy to bring you the Association’s news from the month of March just in time to enjoy over your spring holidays. ASPHER and our Members have been busy and we are impressed with how schools have coped with ongoing COVID...

Global Network for Academic Public Health

On 15 May 2020, ASPHER met with representatives around the World to launch the Global Network for Academic Public Health! Now more than ever it is clear that we must come together globally to address the complex challenges to the health of our populations and planet. 

After the Panel Discussion during the ASPHER Virtual Deans’ & DIrectors’ Retreat event on 2 June the Network has been advancing on this global governance initiative. Key partners include ASPHER, Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH); Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium for Public Health (APACPH); Association of Schools of Public Health in Africa (ASPHA)South-East Asia Public Health Education Institutes Network (SEAPHEIN); Latin American Alliance for Global Health (ALASAG); and Arab Public Health Association (ArPHA).

Global Network statements:

Global Network for Academic Public Health Statement on the Beirut Explosion

Global Network Statement on the World Health Organization’s response to the COVID-19 Pandemic