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North Dakota Public Health Association (NDPHA) Awards

Awards to North Dakota Individuals to
Recognize Contributions to Public Health

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North Dakota Public Health Association (NDPHA)

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Awards to North Dakota individuals to recognize outstanding contributions to public health within the state. Nominations should describe the individual’s or team’s innovative work and achievements within the field of public health. Nominations are invited under the following award categories:

NDPHA Outstanding Service Award:
This award honors an individual, either lay or professional, for outstanding work or achievement over their lifetime in the field of public health. The nominee may be a member of NDPHA or can be chosen from any lay or professional group. The major portion of achievement shall have been accomplished in North Dakota, or by a North Dakota native in another state or at the federal level. This individual shall have contributed to the actual promotion and advancement of public health.

Public Health Worker of the Year Award (NDPHA membership required)):
This award honors a current member of NDPHA for outstanding Public Health contributions or achievements this past year in North Dakota.

Public Health Team of the Year Award (NDPHA membership required):
This award honors a team that has worked collaboratively on a unique, creative, or simply outstanding public health effort, program, or goal in the past year in North Dakota. At least one team member must be a current member of NDPHA.

Longevity Award (NDPHA membership required):
Recognizes NDPHA members who have maintained continuous membership for 10, 20, and 30 years.

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GrantWatch ID#: 178305

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Eligibility varies by category.

The Public Health Worker of the Year award, Public Health Team of the Year award, and the Longevity Award requires NDPHA membership. More information regarding NDPHA membership may be found here:

Pre-Application Information:

Nominations are due January 26, 2018.

The awards banquet will be held at the 2018 Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health on June 14, 2018, 6:00 PM. The conference will be held at the Alerus Conference Center Grand Forks, ND.

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Amy Burke

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Geographic Focus:

USA: North Dakota