National Public Health Week 2024

Celebrate National Public Health Week at Tufts University!
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Welcome to National Public Health Week (April 1-7, 2024) at Tufts University! Join us as we celebrate the interconnectedness of wellness through a series of engaging events and activities. From exploring the diverse facets of public health to addressing pressing issues such as climate justice and maternal healthcare disparities, we're committed to promoting health and well-being for all. This year's theme, "Protecting, Connecting and Thriving: We Are All Public Health," encapsulates our collective efforts to ensure the well-being of individuals, families, communities, and the environment. Let's come together to build healthier communities and create positive change!

Public Health Week Photo Contest 

April 1-7

Theme: Interconnected Wellness

Description: Capture the essence of public health through our photo contest. Showcasing how different facets intersect, we invite you to explore environmental health, food safety, and community connections. Submit your entries to visually depict the interconnectedness of wellness.


Brown Bag Lunch Session: Hudson Street Stoop Project

April 2, 12-1pm

Speaker: Asian Community Development Corporation

Location: 66 Hudson Community Room, which is up the outdoor steps next to 1 Greenway Park, Boston, MA 02111

Discover the transformative Hudson Street Stoop Project, where art fosters inclusivity and honors Chinatown's rich history. Join us for insights into community collaboration and the power of public art in creating a sense of belonging.


Advancing Equity & Climate Justice: Unveiling Research and Collaborative Solutions

April 3, 2024, from 2-3pm

Speaker: Dr. Kim Cobb, Lawrence and Barbara Margolis Director at the Institute at Brown for Environment and Society, Brown University

Location: Via Zoom

Delve into the intersection of climate science and social justice with Dr. Kim Cobb. Explore her groundbreaking research on climate change impacts and the imperative of addressing environmental inequalities through climate justice.


The Black Maternal Health Conference

April 5-6, 2024

Join the nation's largest gathering dedicated to global Black maternal health outcomes. Kick off Black Maternal Health Week by exploring strategies to improve healthcare experiences, combat bias, and advocate for better maternal healthcare for Black birthing individuals in the U.S.