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Tackling the Alcohol Culture on College Campuses: Do Late Night Programming Alternatives Work?
Unleashing the Power of Prevention: Looking Forward, Public Policy is the Answer to High Health Care Costs
Institute for Public Strategies to Present Community Power and Equity Case Study at APHA Annual Conference
IPS wins Los Angeles County Department of Public Health grant to combat dangers of second hand smoke in multi-housing units
IPS community organizer appointed to Chula Vista Redistricting Commission and high school district bond oversight committee
Wear a Mask for 100 Days: How President Biden’s call to action can restore America’s faith in public health
IPS to present on community transformation model, GIS as an equity indicator at the APHA’s prestigious annual conference
Institute for Public Strategies unveils next generation vision, mission, core values under new CEO/President
Geographic information systems helping southwest U.S. Mexico border residents improve health and safety
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