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Families and Public Health Collaborative

Previous studies found having adverse childhood experiences can lead to poor health outcomes later in life. New BYU research finds the anecdote is to counter those with enough positive experiences.
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Our Vision

A world made better through healthy families in supportive communities and societies.

Priority Statements

  1. Conduct excellent teaching and research about the family as a pathway of public health.
  2. Disseminate new ideas on how to incorporate the family as a pathway of public health in practice, research, and teaching.
  3. Collaborate across disciplines, programs, institutions, agencies and policy makers to inspire new ideas and methods.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to study and improve how public health practitioners, researchers and policy makers utilize the family as a pathway to improving population health.

Families and Public Health Collaborative - Thriving Families, Healthy Communities
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