Happy New Year from CPHLR!
Are you interested in expanding your legal epidemiology and policy surveillance knowledge and skills this year? At the Center, we have many resources available to help you in exploring public health law research.
Sign up for the newly updated CPHLR training webinar series
Introduction to Policy Surveillance
Legal Epi at Lunch: Advanced Topics and Methods in Scientific Legal Mapping and Legal Epidemiology
- February 14, 2023 – Capturing a Rapidly Changing Landscape using Sentinel Surveillance: In this webinar, CPHLR researchers pioneering a new, rapid method of surveillance called “sentinel surveillance” will describe their work in two areas presently facing rapid change.
- April 11, 2023 – Let's Talk MonQcle! Our expert researchers and technology team will answer your questions about our cutting-edge software for scientific legal mapping.
Enroll in the non-credit Global Certificate in Legal Epidemiology
This global, 16-hour, non-credit certificate provides in-depth, self-guided instruction in the growing field of legal epidemiology — the scientific study of how laws and policies influence health. The Global Certificate is awarded by Temple University’s Office of Non-Credit Education in conjunction with the Center for Public Health Law Research, one of legal epidemiology’s founding institutions. APHA members receive 15% off the Certificate fee.
Buy The New Public Health Law Second Edition
The New Public Health Law is the first textbook to arm lawyers and public health professionals of any background with the tools to fully exploit the potential of law to improve public health. Its transdisciplinary approach breaks down complex legal processes into discrete and understandable stages, making it an indispensable roadmap for the difficult work of crafting, monitoring, and improving public health laws.
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