Who Makes Up the NLPHA Membership?
NLPHA Membership includes people working in health and community services, educators and researchers, and individuals interested in health and social issues that affect their community.
How is an NLPHA Membership Obtained?
Membership is open to any individual who subscribes to the objectives of the association and is engaged or interested in community and public health activities.
The type of membership can be chosen by the individual as follows:
- Direct Membership which applies to Membership in NLPHA only.
- Conjoint Membership in both the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) and the NLPHA.
What are the Benefits of a Membership in the NLPHA?
- Access to support and expertise of NLPHA.
- Participation in NLPHA education and business sessions through regular teleconferences.
- Receive all NLPHA minutes
What is the Cost of Membership?
NLPHA membership fees are $30 annually.
Membership fees can be sent to our treasurer via. e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org or by cheque or money order to:
Treasurer Newfoundland and Labrador Public Health Association (NLPHA)
P.O. Box 8172
St. John’s, NL