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Social Justice Lecture Series 2019

We know that we affect the environment, but how does the environment affect us and our health?

Our attention to environmental health issues is often the result of emergencies:  Zika virus outbreaks; Flint, Michigan's water crisis; Hurricane Katrina.  Join us for a series of 6 lectures by nationally recognized leaders in the field as we expand our awareness of the ongoing impact of environmental risks on our health through a lens focused on social justice.

Join us for a series of 6 lectures by nationally recognized leaders in the field as we examine environmental risks to our health - particularly the disproportionate risks borne by low-income communities and communities of color.

LECTURES ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND FREE  |  REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

(Attendance is required for students registered for PBHC 631 or 632 do not register on Eventbrite.)


Public Health Professors Carinne Brody and Sarah Sullivan have been selected as guest editors for an upcoming issue of the innovative mHealth Journal! 

Focused Issue:  Digital Interventions for Heard-to-reach Populations

This issue will examine how digital health interventions, such as telemedicine, email, social media, mobile phone apps and even wearable devices, are helping improve the health of hard-to-reach populations including those living in poverty or rural areas, those who wish not to be found because of social stigma or fear of legal authorities or those who are disadvantaged because they are illiterate or disabled.


Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Partnership Academy

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Funded by the National Institutes of Health, the CBPR Partnership Academy is a multi-faceted training and mentoring program designed for community-academic partnerships that demonstrated commitment and leadership in engaging in a CBPR approach to eliminate health inequities in their communities. Learn More. 

Professor Sarah Sullivan awarded Fulbright Grant Award!!

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Professor Sarah Sullivan, Associate Professor, has been awarded  a Fulbright grant award to support her research ethics work in three universities in Bolivia.  She will be collaborating with the Universidad San Francisco Xavier de Chuquisaca (USFX), Universidad Mayor de San Simón (UMSS) and Universidad Autónoma Gabriel René Moreno (UAGRM) for several months each year over a period of three years. 
The Fulbright Program, which aims to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries, is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government. Funding for this award will support Professor Sullivan’s efforts in teaching research and research ethics classes related to the Responsible Conduct of Research, including topics on authorship, conflicts of interest, data management, plagiarism and research misconduct.

 


 

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