This is an update of a Publisher Profile we published in 2017. You can read the original profile here.
Founded in 1872, the American Public Health Association (APHA) is celebrating 150 years of service. Through science-based advocacy and programs, APHA has continued to strengthen the public health profession. Along with publishing the American Journal of Public Health and The Nation’s Health newspaper, APHA is an advocator and educator of all things public health, striving to improve public health across the world.
Since our last update, we’ve published seven reviews of APHA books, including highly-rated titles such as Racism: Science and Tools for the Public Health Professional, Ford et al. (APHA, 2019) and Gun Violence Prevention: A Public Health Approach, Degutis and Spivack (APHA, 2021).