Welcome to the Public Health/Community Nutrition Practice Group (PHCNPG) Website

Student Leadership Opportunity within PHCNPG!

Attention students! Are you interested in getting more involved and becoming a leader in public health and community nutrition? The Public Health/Community Nutrition Practice Group (PHCNPG) is excited to announce a leadership opportunity for students! The Student Committee Chair serves as a liaison between student members and the PHCNPG leadership, and serves as a non-voting member of the Executive Committee. Read more about the position and apply today!

Applications are now being accepted to serve for the 2017-2018 Academy Year (June 1-May 31). Download the application form and submit it along with your résumé or CV to phcnpgmembers@gmail.com by April 30, 2017.

Be sure to check out the PHCNPG Student Members page for more information about the Student Committee as well as other opportunities and resources for students. Questions? Please email us.


The Fall/ Winter 2016 Issue of The Digest is Now Available! Click HERE to log in and view current and past issues of The Digest.


NEW! Bringing Community Partners Together to Address Unspoken Realities of Chronic Diseases, Diabetes, and Food Insecurity.

Click HERE to view the latest recording which took place on November 15, 2016


Welcome to the Public Health/Community Nutrition Practice Group's (PHCNPG) website. Use the pull-down tabs at the top of your screen to navigate sections of the website.


PHCNPG asked our members, "What's your favorite membership benefit?" Click on the video below to see what our members are saying about the PHCNPG...

 


Attention PHCNPG Members: The Members Only site features the PHCNPG member directory, The Digest quarterly newsletter, and other information for members. Members must log in to view these features. Click HERE to log in. 

Not a PHCNPG member? If you are visiting our website and like what you see, please consider joining...there are numerous benefits! Click HERE for a description of our member benefits.




 



Page Updated: March 5, 2017 



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