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Public Health Conference of Iowa

The Public Health Conference of Iowa

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted public health’s leadership role in the safety and security of our communities. To keep public health at the forefront of sharing lessons learned, we are excited to announce the rebranding of Iowa’s premiere annual public health conference.

The Public Health Conference of Iowa will be held virtually during National Public Health Week – April 5-9, 2021. This year’s theme is Public Health in Action: Taking on a Pandemic, Health Equity, Natural Disasters and More!

The week will consist of keynote speakers, concurrent session presentations from colleagues across the state, poster presentations, wellness breaks, a virtual exhibitor hall, and opportunities to connect virtually with public health friends.

The National Environmental Health Association (NEHA)
Proudly Presents the 
NEHA 2021 Annual Educational Conference (AEC) & Exhibition Three-Part Virtual Series

2021 AEC Register Now

Registration for the 2021 AEC Three-Part Virtual Series Now Open!

Environmental health professionals have been on the front line of an unprecedented global pandemic. COVID-19 brought with it changes in our roles and increases in our responsibilities. Together we are working for a safer and healthier tomorrow.

The NEHA AEC is the premier environmental health conference that brings together professionals from around the globe, virtually in 2021, to learn and discuss current and emerging environmental health topics and issues. Discover how local agencies, industries, and levels of government are working to ensure the safety of the public and environment, and how they contribute to the advancement of the environmental health profession.

2021 AEC Three-Part Virtual Series Dates-

Part One: April 20–21, 2021

Part Two: June 1–2, 2021

Part Three: July 14–15, 2021 (Preconference: July 12–13)



All registrations include access to all three programs in the three-part virtual series.

Standard Attendee Registration 

Member: $295

Nonmember: $445

Standard Attendee Registration + One Year NEHA Membership

Member/Nonmember: $395 

Student Registration + One Year NEHA Emerging Professional Membership

Student: $95 

Retiree Registration

Retiree: $95 

Group Registration

All individuals must be registered at the same time and must have a current NEHA Membership. If individuals do not have a current NEHA membership, each individual will need to join or renew prior to registering under the group registration.

Groups of 2-4: $295 per member

Groups of 5 or More: $245 per member



Schedule at a Glance
Educational Sessions
Featured Speakers
Exhibition Opportunities
Sponsorship Opportunities

Presenting Sponsor: Health Space

Iowa onsite wastewater associationIowa Onsite Waste Water Association

Schedule of Workshops

Iowa Onsite Wastewater Training Center

Time of Transfer Workshop

Safe Water Program Improvement e-Learning Series (SWPI)

The information below provides details on how to obtain free and flexible web based training that pertains to private water supplies.  This series includes topics that can be beneficial to your private drinking water program - regardless of size. 

The topics include -

  • 101 – Introduction: The 10 Essential Environmental Public Health Services and Unregulated Drinking Water Programs
  • 102 – Assessment: Monitor Health
  • 103 – Assessment: Diagnose and Investigate
  • 104 – Policy Development: Inform, Educate, Empower, and Mobilize
  • 105 – Policy Development: Policies and Plans
  • 106 – Assurance: Laws and Regulations
  • 107 – Assurance: Linking People to Services
  • 108 – Assurance: Assuring a Competent Workforce
  • 109 – Assurance: Evaluation and Research


Featured Course Bundle: Environmental Public Health Online Courses (EPHOC)

Environmental Public Health Online Courses (EPHOC) is a comprehensive package of courses for environmental public health practitioners. The 15 courses are taught by experts in their field and include information on various roles and responsibilities of environmental public health staff. Target audiences include: new-hire environmental public health professionals; individuals preparing for a state or national credential exam; environmental health and other students; and environmental public health professionals wanting to improve their technical knowledge. Additional information on EPHOC is available at

This bundle of courses is designed to be used as a study guide for the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) exam. 
Note: At this time there isn't an official certificate awarded for completing all 15 courses. 

E001: General Environmental Health 3 hours
E002: Statutes and Regulations 3 hours
E003: Food Protection 4 hours
E004: Potable Water 6 hours 
E005: Wastewater 4 hours
E006: Solid and Hazardous Materials 3 hours
E007: Hazardous Materials 1 hour
E008: Zoonoses, Vectors, Pests and Weeds 4 hours
E009: Radiation Protection
2 hours
E010: Occupational Safety and Health
1 hour
E011: Air Quality and Environmental Noise 2 hours
E012: Housing Sanitation and Safety 3 hours
E013: Institutions and Licensed Establishments 3 hours
E014: Swimming Pools and Recreational Facilities 3 hours
E015: Disaster Sanitation 5 hours

 Environmental Health:  It is Everywhere, Everyday!   ~    Non-Profit Organization (501c) Information   ~   

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