The Kids in Action group has updated their project summaries document. Visit the Kids in Action page to read the latest news from the group!
With the upcomming Global Climate Strike (20-27 September 2019), millions of young people around the world will be striking for global climate action. The Kids in Action group has developed a Standing with Children and Planet Manifesto that they encourage you to share with your networks as a show of support. The manifesto PDF and JPEG copies can be downloaded below. We encourage you to tag @ICPHR in your posts and/or use the hashtag #KidsInAction
The ICPHR Annual Working Meeting 2019 Short Minutes are now posted. A full copy of the working group minutes has been circulated to all attendees via email.
Please visit out updated list of ICPHR members publications. If we are missing a publication, please use our 'contact us' page to submit your article. Articles will be updated on a quarterly basis: January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, October 1st.
The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has just awarded Morgan State University $14.2 million dollars to establish a Center for Urban Health Disparities Research and Innovation: RCMI@Morgan.
Congratulations to ICPHR Member, Dr. Payam Sheikhattari, Community Engagement Core Lead, Professor of Public Health!!
Full Press Release here.
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Call for papers for a Special Issue of Health Expectations: Showcasing Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement in Mental Health Research
Health Expectations is now inviting submission of papers for a special edition focussing on patient and public involvement and engagement in mental health research.
We anticipate that submitted manuscripts will include high quality systematic reviews, original research papers reporting aspects of PPIE and mental health research.
If your research meets the criteria presented in the poster below, please consider submitting your work to Health Expectations.
Deadline extended: July 31st, 2019 Contact the editorial office: email@example.com
Call for papers: Community-based Approaches to Understanding and Addressing Health Disparities and Promoting Health Equity
The American Journal of Community Psychology has announced a special call for papers on Community-based approaches to understanding and addressing health disparities and promoting health equity. Abstracts are due April 30th 2019.
Below is a copy of the arrival & accommodation guide for 2019 annual working meeting. Conference updates and additional information can be found on the meeting page.