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BCPH’s BCPH Public Health Leadership Summer Institute and Medical Academy trains new and emerging leaders in public health with a focus on health equity and social justice. Special support provided to those applying to college and health/medical programs.
Tuition is currently discounted by 85%:
Applicants may opt to participate in any of the four sessions:
SEATS ARE EXPECTED TO SELL OUT FAST. All spots are first come, first serve. A waitlist is available for applicants.
NOTE: If you are an educator or community leader that wishes to reserve multiple spots, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. International students are welcome; however, BCPH cannot provide assistance with obtaining visas or travel.
The Boston Congress of Public Health is accepting nominations until June 15, 2023 for the 40 under 40 Public Health Catalyst Awards. The awards recognize those under the age of 40 from across the world and across disciplines who inspire and catalyze us all to a more just and equitable world.
If you are among the next generation of leaders, entrepreneurs, researchers, scientists, activists, intellectual provocateurs, authors, and directors, click the button below to submit an application.
We wanted to send out a huge thank you to everyone who participated in the filming of The Great Health Debates: Season 3 (GHD) this past week at New York University. We also want to congratulate Fatou Barry for her stellar performance as host.
If you missed watching the Debates, click the button below to watch recordings of the livestreams on our YouTube channel (YouTube.com/@BCPHStudio). Visit soon though – we will be taking down the links soon as we incorporate the debates into the curriculum of the forthcoming BCPH Academy.
Also, we’re asking everyone to follow us on YouTube, which helps us build you better content.
BCPH crystalizes its mission and vision through three activity centers: BCPH Studio, BCPH Advocacy, and BCPH Academy:
Translates public health information for diverse audiences through the production and publication of blogs, vlogs, podcasts, TV series, and academic journals, including HPHR Journal.
Educates emerging and established leaders, advocates, students, and others on how to turn public health thought and data into action at the international and domestic levels, supporting justice and equity.
Developing intersectional social justice technical assistance and trainings, such as webinars, certificate programs, and Fellowships, to support historically underrepresented voices and populations in public health.