The Louisville Metro Health Department undertook a legal epidemiology project to examine local policy incentives in seven US cities intended to improve healthy food access. This webinar provides an overview of their project, and the process of learning legal epidemiological methods, applying them to their topic, challenges, strengths, and lessons learned. The panelists conclude with next steps for how they anticipate using their findings.
– Taylor Ingram, MPH, Manager, Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness, Louisville, KY
– Jessica Klein, MPH, CPH, Analyst, Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness, Louisville, KY
– Monique Kuykendoll Quarterman, MBA, Founder and Principal Consultant, Quartz Smith Strategies
– Andrew T. Campbell, JD, MBA, Senior Program Manager, Center for Public Health Law Research, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA (Moderator)
Learn more: http://lawatlas.org/page/local-policy-surveillance-project-2018