2019 NMPHA Public Health Awards
The following individuals have been recognized as this year's New Mexico Public Health Awardees:
Jonathan Mann Award
Recognizing an individual’s lifetime commitment to public health and social justice issues.
Rep. Angelica Rubio
Phil Lynch Legislative Award
Recognizing a policy maker, advocate, or legislator (in any branch of government) who has actively worked with communities to improve the health of the public.
Larrazolo Achievement Award
Recognizing an individual who has made a lifetime contribution to public health service and has made a major impact locally, statewide and/or nationally.
NMPHA Poster Competition
Congratulations to the following presenters who were recognized as part of the NMPHA poster competition!
"Drowning deaths in NM, 2005-2017"
Juan Carlos Padilla
"The role of Physician Recommendations in Improving CRC Screening Rates: A Brief Review"
"Evaluation of the Triple Aim and Health Center Participation"
"Sexual and Gender Minority Youth Health Inequities: Evidence-Based Strategies in NM Schools"
"A Hispanic community's evaluation of the culturally adapted Conexiones Program"
Karen Del Rio
"Metabolic Syndrome in Uninsured Low-Income Hispanics: GIS Mapping as a tool for surveillance"
"Exploring the relationship between insurance status at diagnosis and Hepatocellular Carcinoma survival"
DOGE Poster Competition
Congratulations to Justin Garoutte for winning the 2019 DOGE poster competition! Justin won $1,000 towards a trip to the annual APHA conference.