Seminar: Putting Law to Work to Improve Health: Intersecting Data, Methods and Practice with the Center for Public Health Law Research

Join staff members from Temple Law School’s Center for Public Health Law Research and the College of Public Health as they introduce legal epidemiology and policy surveillance, and share how they are putting data and methods to work in research and practice to improve health.

Event Details

The Center for Public Health Law Research is a transdisciplinary research center that focuses on understanding the interaction between law and policy on health, well-being and equity. It has pioneered the field of legal epidemiology – the scientific study of law as a factor in the cause, distribution and prevention of disease and injury – and the field’s legal research process, called policy surveillance.

Presenters:

  • Jennifer Ibrahim, PhD, Associate Director, Center for Public Health Law Research, and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor, College of Public Health
  • Lindsay Cloud, JD, Director, Policy Surveillance Program, Center for Public Health Law Research
  • Deirdre Dingman, DrPH, Assistant Professor of Instruction, College of Public Health

This seminar is hosted by the College of Public Health Office of Research Administration.