Join us for this Love Data Week event featuring Elizabeth Platt, senior program manager at the Beasley School of Law, and Joshua Waimberg, legal training manager for the Center for Public Health Law Research.
To understand the impact of laws and policies, we need to begin with data. Enter policy surveillance and other methods of scientific legal mapping that track laws and policies across jurisdictions or institutions, and over time. Using methods developed by Temple’s own Center for Public Health Law Research, researchers, advocates, government officials, and others are objectively capturing the important features of laws and policies for use in research and practice.
In this event, learn more about the roots of policy surveillance, how law and policy data are making a difference in public health and law, and how the Center is applying innovative technology solutions to capturing and evaluating the law to improve health and advance open science. Stick around at the end of the event for a Q&A session.
In addition to this program, we will be hosting a number of Love Data Week workshops—visit library.temple.edu/workshops for more.
This program will be presented via Zoom Webinar. On the day of the program, use this link to join: https://temple.zoom.us/j/99897450121
All programs are free and open to all, and registration is encouraged.