Public health advocacy work has greatly changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After cancellations of in-person events, they had to turn to remote communicates in order to spark change. The Health Policy Student Association at the U-M School of Public Health creates applied learning spaces for students across campus in order to work with health policy and form networks of expertise in getting professional, research and technical advocacy skills. Payton Watt and Jamison Koeman, master’s students at U-M School of Public Health, talk about their leadership and how students participate in advocacy work and improve population health.
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