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2017 MPHA Awards

MPHA recognized and celebrated the following individuals on September 20 at the MPHA Annual Conference and Meeting for the work they are doing to advance the public's health. 

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Presidents Award- honors an individual, group, or organization whose work has made a significant statewide impact in public health

  • Montana Diabetes Prevention Program- Department of Pubic Health and Human Services
    For your collaborative efforts and commitment to preventing chronic disease, enhancing population well being with self-management programs, and publishing public health successes. "

Early Impact Award- honors a individual who has made an impact within the first 2-5 years of working in public health 

  • Jill Ellison- Gallatin City-County Health Department
        "Recognizing your role on the Communicable Disease team and commitment to clients and contacts, and to informing the public on STIs."     

Exemplary Service Awards- regional award honoring an individual's exemplary performance in public health ( limited to five per year, one per region)

  • Daniela Lopez-Morales de Hauck- Gallatin City-County Health Department,  Region 4
       “Recognizing your role with the Gallatin City-County Health Department’s immunization program, especially your commitment to informing the public of the value of vaccines.

  • Barb Jasper- Mineral County Health Department,  Region 5
        “Recognizing your role with the Mineral County Health Department as a nurse, in the school and clinic, as a tobacco prevention specialist, and for helping to establish the Healthy Communities Coalition."

Career Achievement Award- honors a strong commitment to public health, given to those with at least 25 years of public health service to Montana

  • Jim Murphy- Department of Public Health and Human Services
       "Recognizing your extensive public health service as a leader addressing communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS and STIs, and especially leading the Communicable Disease Control Bureau."

  • Sue Good-  McCone County Health Department
       "Recognizing your extensive public health service as a leader addressing substance abuse, immunizations, prevention of chronic disease, emergency preparedness, and creative messaging. "





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