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Global Public Health Conventions in the Post COVID-19 World

 Glboal Public Health Conventions in the Post COVID-19 World

Join the Boston University School of Public Health and leading experts for a panel discussion on "Global Public Health Conventions in the Post COVID-19 World" on Friday, July 16th, 2021. The panel will discuss the work of the Panel for a Global Public Health Convention (GPHC) and is grounded in the recent Lancet Public Health publication, “A global public health convention for the 21st century”.

Dr. Jose Szapocznik in the Department of Public Health Sciences serves as the secretariat of the GPHC panel. The event is cohosted by the AHF Global Public Health Institute at the University of Miami. To learn more and register for the event, visit

The Importance of including Youth Voices on Gender-based Violence and Maltreatment on Young People

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NCD Child, the University of Miami and the Lancet Commission on Gender-based Violence and Maltreatment of Young People present a youth panel inviting perspectives on gender-based violence and maltreatment of young people, including the diverse voices of young people and survivors of violence and maltreatment. Dr. Felicia Knaul, who is professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences and director of the Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas, will provide the introductions for the event.

The webinar will examine prevention frameworks and support strategies across the life course, with a special focus on the COVID-19 era, and with an eye to engaging young people as active and positive change agents. To register for the event, visit

ASPPH Virtual Career Fair 2021

ASPPH Virtual Career Fair

ASPPH is hosting the Public Health Jobs Virtual Career Fair on Friday, April 30th, 2021 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. ET with the goal of supporting students and uniting the public health workforce. The event is free for ASPPH member undergraduate and graduate students and alumni seeking full-time jobs, internships, fellowships, and postdoctoral opportunities. To register for the event, please visit

Virtual Career Fair Preparation and Resume Workshop

Virtual Career Fair Preparation and Resume Workshop

Join us for the Virtual Career Preparation & Resume Workshop today at 12 p.m. The event will take place via Zoom. Connect with the meeting ID 917 1099 4543 and passcode DPHS. For a resume review, please email your resume to Megan Garber, Associate Director of Career and Professional Development at

Emerging Public Health Topics Seminar Series Spring 2021

Emerging Public Health Topics Seminar Series

Join the Department of Public Health Sciences for the second DPHS Emerging Public Health Topics Seminar of the Spring 2021 semester. Dr. Eric Brown and Jared Krupnick will be presenting on the 'Vaccine Considerations Project: How We're Using the COVID Crisis to Transform Public Health Information Dissemination.' The event will take place on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 from 12 - 1 p.m. ET. For registration, please visit

National Public Health Week 2021

The Public Health Student Association (PHSA) is hosting a week of events to celebrate National Public Health Week (NPHW). The events will take place from Monday, April 5th until Sunday, April 11th, 2021. Follow PHSA on Instagram at @umiamiphsa to learn more about the events and participate in the activities. Stay tuned for more information regarding the NPHW events.

National Public Health Week

Thursday, April 8th

NPHW Student Day
Join APHA and a panel of recent graduates on NPHW Student Day to learn about various career paths in public health and gain insight on the job search. The Young Professionals Panel will take place today from 5 – 6 p.m. ET.

For more information and to register, please visit The event will be livestreamed at

Wednesday, April 7th

Twitter Chat
Connect to the 11th annual National Public Health Week Twitter Chat today at 2 p.m. The #NPHWChat is being hosted by the American Public Health Association (APHA). Join the conversation to discuss all things related to public health, including thanking the public health community, celebrating accomplishments, and next steps for the movement.

Follow @NPHW on Twitter and use the hashtag #NPHWchat.

Tuesday, April 7th

Health Disparities Across Cultures: Bridging the Gap for Ethnic Minorities
Join PHSA and the Psychology Graduate Student Organization for a multidisciplinary panel to discuss best ways to support the mental and physical health of racial and ethnic minority populations. Dr. Tatiana Perrino from the Department of Public Health Sciences will be participating in the panel discussion. The panelists will also share advice on getting hands-on experience as a graduate student to propel you into your future career. There will be breakout rooms for an opportunity to network with students across the graduate programs in the university. 

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Rodney Jacobs
Join PHSA for a discussion with Rodney Jacobs Jr., JD, MPA, MPH '21, on the intersection of health, policing and law. Jacobs currently works as the Assistant Director for the City of Miami Civilian Investigative Panel (CIP). The discussion will focus on implementing collaborative solutions to address justice and health issues.

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Monday, April 5th

Scavenger Hunt
Join APHA and ASPPH for a digital scavenger hunt throughout National Public Health Week. The scavenger hunt items relate to the daily NPHW themes. The #NPHWInstahunt starts today.

Winners will receive a $25 Amazon gift card. The selected winners will be announced on the APHA and ASPPH Instagram accounts on April 13th at 12 p.m. ET. For details regarding the contest, visit

Hookah Study

Hookah Study

The Department of Public Health Sciences is working on a study to develop hookah-specific pictorial health warning labels. Participants will be asked to complete a brief survey and attend one focus group session via Zoom. Eligible participants who complete the study will receive compensation for their time and effort. For more information regarding the study, please reach out via email at or by phone at (305) 243-0362.

Bascom Palmer Dry Eye Study

Bascom Palmer Eye Study

The study at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute aims to understand the impact of home and air pollution on dry eye and related symptoms. For information and registration, please visit For any questions related to the study, please contact Anat Galor, Naresh Kumar and Julio Contreras at,, and