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President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition

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AHVRP 2017 Annual Conference & Exposition - Phoenix, AZ
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President's Day

In observance of President’s Day, the AHVRP and AHA offices will be closed Monday, February 20, 2017.

We will reopen Tuesday, February 21, 2017, at 8:00 a.m. CT.

 


The 2017 AHVRP Call For Volunteers process is now open.

This year we are requesting volunteers for the following committees:

 

  • Advocacy
  • Awards
  • CAVS
  • Education
  • Retail
  • Social Media

Click here to complete the Call for Volunteers process.

Engaging Health Care Volunteers to Pursue the Triple Aim

This resource showcases how volunteers stand out as key contributors in the success of pursuing the Triple Aim, a framework developed by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement to maximize the performance of the health care system.  It includes case examples of volunteer programs that support each of the Triple Aim domains, as well as critical success factors developed through interviews with volunteers, auxilians, directors of volunteers and CEOs.  Click here for more information.

2017 National Healthcare Volunteer Week

Celebrate National Healthcare Volunteer Week, April 23-29, 2017.

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United Against the Flu / Hospitals Against Violence

 

The “United Against the Flu” campaign’s goal is to increase awareness and promote flu vaccination. By connecting with families, children and hospital employees, we can build a strong presence on social media to encourage people to get their flu vaccination. Click the image above for sample materials to use with your networks to promote the campaign. Please feel free to adjust copy to better suit your particular group or brand. In addition, we will be sending along images to be used in conjunction with these messages.


Our communities must work together to combat all forms of violence, now viewed as one of the major public health and safety issues throughout the country. Community action programs such as those being undertaken by our nation’s hospitals and health systems (alone and with others) are needed now more than ever to help address violence and the toll it takes on our communities and hospital colleagues.  Click the image above for more informaiton.

Message from Rick Pollack, President and CEO of the American Hospital Association

The Power of One

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