The Center for Public Health Law Research's 2020 Policy Surveillance Summer Institute will teach scientific legal mapping methods during a two-day intensive training at Temple University in Philadelphia. Policy surveillance tracks public health laws and policies over time and across jurisdictions, using a rigorous scientific process to create data for evaluation and empirical research.
The Summer Institute is intended for individuals interested in tracking policies and law once they are enacted, and exploring variation across jurisdictions and over time.
*Registration is required* The registration fee includes coffee and lunch both days, and a networking reception on Monday night (must register to attend the Monday night reception).
- Student registration – Early-bird rate (Feb. 3-March 15): $150 / Regular rate (March 16-May 1): $200
- Professional registration: Early-bird rate (Feb. 3-March 15): $400 / Regular rate (March 16-May 1): $500