Welcome to your online member community. Settle in and make yourself comfortable. Here, you can explore our group pages. Get to know one another. Contribute to the conversation. Share your expertise. Learn from others… and feel free to stay awhile.
Groups related to the planning of any Teaching Prevention meetings.
APTR Collaborative Communities allow members to collaborate via private group content, wikis, forums, blogs and file libraries. Share information and knowledge, explore common topics of concern, or ask questions on a topic of interest.
APTR seeks to involve its members in the mission of the organization through committees and subcommittees and adhoc groups. Each committee has a specific purpose, defined at the time it is established.
APTR Councils are specific membership segments that have representation on the APTR Board of Directors.
The Paul Ambrose Scholars Program introduces health professions students to influential public health professionals and prepares them to be leaders in addressing public health challenges.