It's Time to Build a Movement
Join us to develop and share strategies to protect the health of our communities and most vulnerable populations.
Now more than ever, the combined efforts of practitioners, policymakers, lawyers, advocates and researchers are needed to advance critical public health protections and address growing health inequities.
The 2018 Public Health Law Conference will include more than 40 sessions exploring law and policy pathways to:
• Improving access to health care
• Protecting vulnerable populations against health risks and injury
• Developing protections against discriminatory practices
• Strengthening efforts of local, Tribal and state public health agencies
Connect with others, like you, who are working to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to live in good health. Stronger together, we can make great progress. Let’s build a movement.
We’d like to know what health justice means to you: give us your insights here. Your feedback will help guide our programming for the year and will inform our planning for the 2018 Public Health Law Conference.
What Health Justice Means to Me: Q&A with Network Attorneys
Homelessness is a Health Justice Issue
Q&A with Madeline Morcelle, Staff Attorney, The Network for Public Health Law — Western Region Office.
Food Insecurity is a Health Justice Issue
Q&A with Mathew Swinburne, Associate Director, The Network for Public Health Law — Eastern Region Office
Access to Health Care is a Health Justice Issue
Q&A with Jane Perkins, Senior Attorney, The Network for Public Health Law — Southeastern Region Office
The 2018 Public Health Law Conference is organized by: