Social Justice & Public Health Special Interest Group
Social Justice & Public Health Special Interest Group is an opportunity for students to discuss topics related to social justice, equity, and diversity in public health. Get to know your peers, gain knowledge through thoughtful discussion, and learn from diverse perspectives. In addition, the special interest group provides students the opportunity to be informed of current and important public health and social justice literature, learn more about research methodology and community health approaches, and consider key aspects of health equity while fostering leadership skills.
- Participation is voluntary (but it is highly encouraged to gain the most benefit from attending).
- Be vulnerable, be courageous, be curious, be kind and thoughtful.
- Listen to understand, not respond. Please be respectful to others.
- Keep confidentiality and don't tell others stories.
- All should have the opportunity to participate in the discussion so please be mindful and allow others to give their perspectives.
Special Interest Group meets one Friday per month at 12pm. All students are welcomed. The group format consists of guest speakers, movies, articles, and discussion on current events. If there is a topic you would like to suggest for an upcoming meeting or if you would like to help facilitate, please email Dr. Burbage at email@example.com.
Michelle Burbage, PhD; Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences Division
Ardythe Morrow, PhD; Professor, Epidemiology Division
Christopher Johnson, MPH student; Public Health Sciences Division