NEHA 2022 Annual Report

In 2023 we will begin to make changes to the content and access of our Journal of Environmental Health to further meet the needs of the profession, as well as streamlining the manuscript submission process. We will also continue work to build our resource library, hone our opportunities and updates, and grow our social media audience. Uncovering Research & Creating Resources While environmental health has been practiced for centuries, changes to our society and physical environment require our profession to stay up-to-the-minute on the evolving practice. Our publications, discussions, and announcements help members meet this challenge. We published 10 issues of the Journal of Environmental Health covering air quality, body art, children’s environmental health, epidemiology, education, food safety, hazardous materials, land reuse, management and policy, preparedness and response, risk assessment, and water quality. We also launched a panel focused on enhancing the Journal content. We hosted discussions, presented hot topics, developed new resources, and provided ongoing updates and announcements to our members. 1 body art facility inspection needs assessment article published 1.4M impressions on our social media platforms 3 Environmental health and land reuse peer-reviewed manuscripts published 7 body art job aids developed in partnership with industry and public health 32 peer-reviewed articles published in our Journal of Environmental Health 73% of respondents to our member survey said they would like updates to environmental health practice 20,000 professionals reached through the of the Journal of Environmental Health 960 environmental health practice resources available on our website 22 issues of EH In Focus (formerly E-News) newsletter sent with updates and opportunities 2.3K opportunities and announcements posted on our social media platforms 30+ conference presentations 3 4