Whether it’s committee work, association policy, leadership or participation in program activities, APHL members are much involved in the day-to-day workings of the association.
The experience, expertise and commitment of APHL members drive the association and accelerate progress in laboratory practice, systems and policy.
Committee Work — APHL committees are the engine of association programs, policies and activities — the conduit through which issues important to public health laboratories are identified, investigated and addressed.
Policy — APHL policy statements articulate positions on issues of laboratory science, practice and systems as well as larger issues affecting the public health of the nation.
APHL Representation — APHL periodically seeks members to represent the association on external workgroups, advisory boards and in other capacities.
APHL looks to its active members to help expand the membership program in order to create a dynamic and robust community of laboratorians dedicated to protecting the public’s health. Share the benefits of an APHL membership with a colleague today.
membership flyers, APHL brochures and applications on hand.
Forward APHL’s weekly
eUpdate or the quarterly magazine, Lab Matters, to prospective members.
Use the Membership PowerPoint at meetings where there are potential APHL members.
Invite colleagues to attend an APHL conference or continuing education event.
For more information about how to get involved in APHL and get the most out of your membership, contact Drew Gaskins, specialist, Membership Services, at