Public Health Museum To Offer Free 2-Week Summer Camp For Grade 10-12 Students Interested In Public Health

Below is a press releases from the Public Health Museum:

TEWKSBURY, MA — The Public Health Museum in Massachusetts has opened registration for Outbreak!2021 : A Student Public Health Experience. Celebrating its ninth year, Outbreak!2021 is designed for students in grades 10-12 interested in careers in public health. Presented by public health professionals from the greater Boston area and university instructors, the program’s online format is available to students nationwide.

The program runs from August 2-13, 2021. Thanks to a generous grant from the National Library of Medicine, OUTBREAK! 2021 is free of charge. Sessions introduce students to the history of public health and provide networking with area practitioners. Topics include Health Equity, Ethics, Occupational Health, Infectious Diseases, Mental Health and Emergency Preparedness.

Applications are available on line from publichealthmuseum.org or by emailing the museum at info@publichealthmuseum.org. The last day to register is June 30, 2021.

About The Public Health Museum

The Public Health Museum is a non-profit educational and cultural institution dedicated to public health history. The museum is located on the campus of Tewksbury Hospital in Tewksbury, Massachusetts.

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