DEMOCRATIZING

PUBLIC HEALTH

THROUGH A SOCIAL JUSTICE LENS

BCPH NEEDS TO HEAR FROM YOU

The Boston Congress of Public Health (BCPH) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that seeks to democratizes public health through the lens of social justice. BCPH crystalizes its mission and vision through three levers, including Publishing (e.g. HPHR Journal and the forthcoming video series, Great Health Debates) and Education (notably the BCPH Academy).

BCPH is pleased to announce that it will be launching its BCPH Policy and Advocacy lever in Fall 2022. To refine its policy and advocacy activities and programs, BCPH invites you to participate in a brief survey about the public health and social justice issues important to you and your communities. The survey takes approximately 1 minute to complete. To participate, click here or the button below:

BOSTON CONGRESS OF PUBLIC HEALTH

The Boston Congress of Public Health Inc. (BCPH) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization led by a distinct mission and vision, as follows:

Mission: Democratize public health through the lens of social justice

Vision: Transcending the traditional boundaries of academia and medicine, the Boston Congress of Public Health (BCPH) supports emerging and established thought leaders, researchers, and advocates committed to social justice and health equity, and democratizes access to evidence-based public health thought.

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BOSTON CONGRESS OF PUBLIC HEALTH LEVERS

BCPH crystalizes its mission and vision through three levers: Knowledge Translation, Policy/Advocacy, and Education.

Knowledge Translation

Creating and disseminating translational knowledge through diverse platforms: blogs, vlogs, podcasts, TV series, and academic journals, including HPHR Journal, among others.

Policy/Advocacy

Devising public health policy forums that guide the recommendation, creation, and dissemination at the international and domestic (Federal, state, and local) levels.

Education

Developing intersectional social justice technical assistance and trainings, such as webinars, certificate programs, and Fellowships, to support underrepresented voices in public health.

BCPH designs Great Health Debates
HPHR Journal