Shifting Power And Advancing Equity In Population Health Webinar Series: How Does The History Of Population Health Impact Our Work Today?
In the first session we will start by discussing how this work is progressing currently and how we got here. We will first reflect on the historical legacies of family planning, population health, and development broadly and how they impact the systems that we are working within today.More Details
The ‘Product Environment’ Is A Driver Of Health. It’s Time To Measure It
Steve Downs, a co-author on the paper and a co-founder of Building H, a Public Health Institute project to reimagine everyday life to be healthy by design, will present the key arguments and introduce the Building H Index, an early effort to rate and rank products in the entertainment, food, housing and transportation industries.More Details
So You Want to Write a Book: The Nuts and Bolts of Publishing with a University Press
IAPHS Pre-Conference Workshop (Registration Required) chaired by Naa Oyo A. Kwate, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Robin Coleman, Johns Hopkins University PressMore Details
R2A Webinar: Collective Advocacy For Population Health Equity
Panelists will discuss their experiences and lessons learned with collective advocacy in order to translate population health research into real world change that advances social justice and health equity.More Details
Shifting Power And Advancing Equity In Population Health Webinar Series: How Can We Shift Power And Advance Equity Within Our Own Work?
In the second session we will showcase an example of how power shifting works in practice. We will then draw on the expertise in the room and engage participants to identify actionable next steps that they can take to shift power and advance equity in their organizations and working relationships.More Details
Spatial Techniques for Population Health & Health Equity Research
IAPHS Pre-Conference Workshop (Registration Required) chaired by Kat Theall, Tulane University, Byoungjun Kim, NYU Langone HealthMore Details