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40 Under 40 in Public Health

We are proud to announce that Colleen Healy Boufides and Corey Davis have been named on this year's 40 Under 40 list!

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2019 Public Health Law Summit

Data Sharing to Improve Community Health

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How Public Health Departments and Medical-Legal Partnerships Can Collaborate to Strengthen Community Health Efforts

Medical-legal partnership (MLP) attorneys are ideally situated to identify and define the contours of specific legal issues affecting a community’s health. MLPs can also play an important role in informing, guiding, and effectuating strategic legal changes to improve health at the population level. In addition to working with MLPs on public health law and policy initiatives, there are many additional opportunities for public health departments and MLPs to collaborate on a day-to-day basis.

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Report: Smoke Alarm Installation Liability

Fire departments across the nation work to put out fires and to rescue building occupants. This report addresses whether the U.S. holds nonprofit organizations, volunteer organizations, local governments, or fire departments liable for damage that are caused by a fire that occurred after the organization installed smoke alarms.

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2019 Public Health Law Summit

Data Sharing to Improve Community Health

Join the Network in Plymouth, Michigan for a Summit focused on strategies to collect, use, share and protect multi-sector data to improve the health of communities. The Summit will examine current data sharing initiatives and provide practical, in-depth information and tools to navigate a complex legal landscape. 

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