A Public Health Advocacy Guide for Researchers
reportposted on 26.10.2020, 21:35 by Aeysha Chaudhry, Grace Eunhye Lee, Jeni Hebert-Beirne, Alexis GrantAlexis Grant, Maggie Acosta
Social and structural determinants of health are central to understanding public health inequities. Separating these topics from the related areas of justice and politics is a
difficult task and many of us in public health have wondered what opportunities are missed when doing this. Still, public health professionals may refrain from advocacy work for a number of reasons.
To aid staff in navigating this terrain, the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health Collaboratory for Health
Justice has created this guide on public health advocacy for academic researchers.