Baltimore Dialogues are community gatherings which use a book-club format to encourage discussions about the impact of racial inequities, poverty and trauma on life in Baltimore.
The Social Determinants of Health Symposium, an annual day-long event, brings together national experts, local community leaders, city residents, and faculty and students from Baltimore colleges and universities to examine a pressing topic related to the root causes of health disparities. Learn more.
Capacity-Building Workshops are day-long opportunities for community organizations to refine their skills in areas such as grant writing, communication, and program evaluation.
The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute invites you to a conversation about “Hopkins in Baltimore.” Through stimulating speakers and panel discussions hosted by Johns Hopkins schools, this series invites you to consider some of the critical issues facing Baltimore today, their history, and opportunities for Johns Hopkins and the Baltimore community to address them together.
This interactive forum, led by researchers from the SON faculty, will present challenges and solutions for addressing intimate partner violence. In particular, this panel discussion will focus on Baltimore and highlight the role of social determinants of health in moderating health outcomes of intimate partner violence. You are invited to join the discussion on this complex and multifaceted issue. Learn more.
UHI and the Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health invite you to a special event on Wednesday, February 16. “Baltimore Youth Through A Global Lens: Lessons from the WAVE Study” will share results from a multi-year, multi-city study that focused on the well-being of adolescents in vulnerable environments. Learn more.
The Community-Driven Research Day (formerly known as Reverse Research Day) is an opportunity for community-based organizations and city agencies to share their research questions and needs with students and faculty from Johns Hopkins and other local universities and to identify potential collaborations. UHI will offer up to $10,000 to support community-university collaborations that result from participation. Learn more.
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