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In Person* Virtual
APHA Regular Member, Agency Individual, Company & Consultant Individual $300 $100
Early-Career Professional, Discounted Regular & Retired Member $150 $75
Student Member $75 $50
Non-members $400 $200

*In-person registration includes a copy of the book Public Health Under Siege: Improving Policy in Turbulent Times. Written after the 2019 Policy Action Institute. This book explores the impact of policy on our nation's health and offers specific actions to improve health and extend life expectancy. This book is generously donated by the de Beaumont Foundation.

For Tuesday, June 14: If you do not have your digital access email (sent on June 9 and again on June 13)

Registered Policy Action Institute Digital Attendees may Sign-in for the digital broadcast - once on the course page, use the "Sign In" link in the upper right.

Optional Half Day Event - Taking Action to Protect Public Health and Authority

Learn how to advance public health and protect the ability of leaders to address the health of their communities. This hybrid event is free and open to all Policy Action Institute registrants. All Policy Action Institute registrants will have access to the livestream of this important discussion. If you wish to attend in-person, add this event to your registration. In-person registration is required and capped at 100 participants. Presenters will discuss recent legislation and policies proposed or enacted during the pandemic and their long-term impacts on public health. 

Questions ? Email events@apha.org.

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Terms and Conditions

By registering for the event you agree to APHA's event participation policies.

Cancellation Policy

  • Virtual Registrations are non-refundable. You will be charged the full amount and a refund will not be given for this event. You will receive access to the on-demand content after the event. If you would like to transition your virtual registration to an in-person registration you must pay the difference. To switch to an in-person registration, email events@apha.org
  • In-person Registrations can be cancelled by emailing events@apha.org no later than May 27, 2022. A $100 cancellation fee will be deducted from each cancelled registration ($35 for students, early-career professionals, and discounted members). No registration fees will be refunded after the cancellation deadline. Registration fees for cancelled registrants may not be applied to future APHA meetings. There is no refund for switching to a virtual registration. However, if you plan to attend virtually instead of in person please email events@apha.org to ensure that you have proper access. 

COVID Policy

APHA is requiring all in-person attendees to be up to date with their COVID-19 vaccination against the SARS-Cov-2 virus as defined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention. Up to date is defined as a completed full primary series (two shots of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccine or one shot of the Johnson and Johnson product; or a comparably approved vaccine if you are an international attendee) plus at least one booster.  We remind you that it can take up to six weeks to complete the full schedule for COVID vaccines that require two doses to achieve full efficacy. You will be required to show proof of vaccination during event check-in. By registering for the event, you agree to be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus by June 14. Guests who are unable to show proof of vaccination will not be allowed to enter the event.

Mask Policy

Current APHA policy is masks are optional for fully vaccinated people but may change based on local public health guidelines at the time of the meeting.


Letter from APHA's Executive Director

Date: March 24, 2022

Re: Policy Action Institute Safety Guidelines

APHA takes our leadership role in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously and understands the need to provide attendees of our Policy Action Institute with the safest experience possible. We are following all current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines as well as those of state and local authorities in Washington, D.C., during the meeting period. We recognize these may change over time as conditions change in the district or elsewhere.

APHA requires all in-person attendees to be up to date with their COVID-19 vaccination against the SARS-Cov-2 virus as defined by the CDC. Up to date is defined as a completed full primary series (two shots of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID vaccine, or one shot of the Johnson & Johnson product; or a comparably approved vaccine if you are an international attendee) plus at least one booster. We remind you that it can take up to six weeks to complete the full schedule for COVID vaccines that require two doses to achieve full efficacy. You will be required to show proof of vaccination during event check-in. By registering, you agree to be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus by June 14. Guests who are unable to show proof of vaccination will not be allowed to enter the event.

Washington, D.C., allows fully vaccinated people to go maskless in both indoor and outdoor public settings.  Masks are optional for fully vaccinated people at the Policy Action Institute. We acknowledge some fully vaccinated people may still choose to wear masks. It is the Association’s expectation that people will respect the right of individuals to choose to wear a mask or not wear one in ways that are consistent with the science as we know it today. No one should use mask wearing as a sign of one’s vaccination status or political leanings. 

We are planning to provide a degree of physical distancing in meeting rooms, along with hand sanitizer throughout the meeting venue. We will continue to monitor federal, state and local guidelines and adjust our policies as needed to ensure a safe and comfortable meeting for all attendees.

For registrants who are not comfortable traveling or are not able to travel, the 2022 Policy Action Institute will stream live. No matter how you participate, you will have access to high quality research and learning opportunities.   

Sincerely,

Georges C. Benjamin, MD
Executive Director