The Network for Public Health Law, ChangeLab Solutions, the Public Health Law Center, and the Temple University Center for Public Health Law Research partner on an ambitious initiative to strengthen the public health legal and policy infrastructure needed to build a Culture of Health. The initiative, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and launched on October 1, 2016, tests an innovative new framework of Five Essential Public Health Law Services, applying it to three focus areas: early care and education (ECE) settings, preemption, and enforcement.
We're seeking a Program Coordinator for our National Coordinating Center in St. Paul, MN! View job posting and share with friends and colleagues who may be interested in the position.
The Healthy People 2020 Law and Health Policy Project is hoping to recruit a couple of enthusiastic interns in the Spring and Summer. The internships provide an opportunity to work with staff with the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP), Community Strategies Division, to focus on Healthy People 2020, and to be part of work to better integrate law and policy into Healthy People. More here.