Sunday, June 9, 2013: 8:30 AM-5:00 PM
211 (Pasadena Convention Center)First incorporated in 1953, the National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians (NASPHV) is an organization of professionals with expertise in the prevention and control of zoonotic disease, as well as various other areas of veterinary public health. The majority of NASPHV members are veterinarians with advanced training and degrees in public health, and hold federal, state or local government positions. Because of the many members in common, shared goals and close working association with CSTE, NASPHV holds their annual meeting in conjunction with the CSTE Annual Conference. The meeting agenda includes organizational business, committee and compendium reports, brief presentations by members or others concerning issues of interest or concern, and a roundtable report by members as to the main issues/problems currently being faced in their state or territory. Stakeholder groups (CDC, USDA, and State Animal Health Officials) typically attend and present as well. CSTE conference attendees are welcome to attend.
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