Association of Schools of Public Health in the European Region (ASPHER)
Association des écoles de santé publique de la région européenne (AESPRE)
Vereinigung von Schulen für den Öffentlichen Gesundheitswesen in der Europäische Region
Associacija Skol Obscestvennogo Zdravoohranenija v Evropejskom Regione
1966 Ankara Turkey
Constitution revised 1977, Düsseldorf (Germany FR), to incorporate a class of individual membership; 1996, Utrecht (Netherlands), to take in account the appointment of a full-time executive director.
Strengthen the role of public health by improving training of public health professionals for both practice and research within the European region, as defined by WHO; serve collective needs of directors and deans, faculty and staff, as they educate and train professional public health personnel; assist schools and university departments of public health to achieve their missions of professional and graduate education, research and service; build coalitions with other programs and public health organizations to increase public awareness, appreciation and support of public health; secure the recognition of ASPHER's position as a leader in public health.
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