The Encyclopedia of Public Health and Community Projects
Project Bank is a comprehensive tool for planning and implementing health promotion and advocacy projects and programs in the community. This encyclopedia of projects contains projects that have been implemented by state, county, and physician-in-training alliances throughout the country.
The Health Awareness Promotion (HAP) awards began in 1992 to encourage and to spotlight State and County Alliance programs and projects in support of AMA Alliance goals in health promotion.
These projects are organized under community service, fundraising, and S.A.V.E.
The Legislative Education and Awareness Promotion (LEAP) Awards were initiated in 2002 by the AMA Alliance and AMPAC to recognize excellence in the legislative education and awareness programs and projects of state, county and RP/MSS alliances throughout the nation. One award is given annually to a state Alliance, one to a county Alliance and one to a RP/MSS Alliance.
The Medical Association/Society Partner (MAP) awards were created in 2011 by the AMA Alliance to recognize excellence in Alliance partnerships or collaboration with their state and county medical associations.
All state and county Alliances are encouraged to submit a project for the Prestige Awards.
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- Health Awareness Promotion (HAP) Projects
- Advocacy Projects – Legislative Education and Awareness Promotion (LEAP)
- Medical Association/Society Partner (MAP) Projects