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the healthy homes society is a group of graduate students and faculty members who work together to improve the health of underrepresented people within low-income baltimore communities. we promote and practice health by creating and developing a wide array of participatory activities and media to educate and engage members of the community. the activities of the society are centered on the prevention of serious health conditions, through classroom presentations, community outreach, research publications, and reflection. we aim to provide the community with sustainable access to quality health care, create socially responsible public health systems, and positively influence public policy for the low-income and underrepresented populations of baltimore.
the women, gender & social justice society focuses on feminist, intersectional, and antiracist practice in graduate education, research, and activism. the society is shaped by diverse people of color, queer and transgender people, disabled, immigrant and refugee, and working class, and other marginalized identities. we work to improve the academic experience for the full spectrum of students studying in the schools of public health, medicine, and nursing. we are dedicated to the empowerment of marginalized communities through the promotion of social justice. we believe that the academic experience must be more inclusive of these identities.
the human rights & health society is a graduate student group at the johns hopkins bloomberg school of public health, committed to the application of human rights principles in healthcare and the promotion of medical human rights. the group aims to foster a professional environment in which students are prepared to engage in academia and public health practice in support of issues pertaining to human rights and health, as well as to advance understanding of human rights within the medical humanities.
we strive to spread all the resources that can improve our families health and well-being. two of our main activities are providing resources to the public. to do so, we publish resources on http://www.mymhealth.com/
events2 (http://www.events2.org/) provides a venue for organizing community events with a public health focus. events2 fosters connections among public health practitioners, professionals, advocates, and community organizations who are passionate about improving health, raising awareness of health issues, and mobilizing resources to address public health issues.
the johns hopkins public health society is an organization of public health students, faculty and alumni at the johns hopkins bloomberg school of public health. we organize social events, provide academic and professional development, and foster community. over 1200 members from 60+ countries participate in our online discussion groups, publications and events. our programs are planned for members living in new york, washington, dc, md, nj, puerto rico, and elsewhere. we are always interested in organizing programs and activities in the baltimore metro area.
the j.b. grant societyis an academic, professional, and social vehicle for stimulating discussion and providing tangible experiences with regard to global health issues. johns hopkins grant vision of community-based primary health care and preventive medicine continues to inspire public health professionals today. every year, the society:
the women’s health and public health society is an academic, professional, and social vehicle to stimulate discussion and provide tangible experiences regarding women’s health issues. the society works to provide understanding and education regarding the needs of women’s health and public health in order to help women and families live healthier lives.