When applying for a Public Health Law Research grant, please refer to these frequently asked questions.
GRANT SUBMISSION RESOURCES
The resources in this section provide support for prospective grantees in crafting effective public health law research proposals.
Public health experts, legal scholars and policy makers are increasingly recognizing that laws can keep people safe and healthy; for example, by encouraging the use of seat belts and by keeping the environment safe from toxins. This growing recognition has led to the emergence of “public health law research,” a developing field aimed at studying the intended and unintended consequences of laws on public health as a way to support evidence-based policy making.
Michelle Mello, JD, PhD walks us through the process of crafting a proposal for a Public Health Law Research grant project.
Jennifer Ibrahim, PhD, MPH, describes how to craft a Public Health Law Research project proposal using the scientific method.
Jennifer Ibrahim, PhD, MPH, explains logic models, or causal diagrams, and how they can be used effectively when conducting public health law research.
What is public health law research? This video provides a brief introduction to the field and its role in improving public health.