“Public Health Through Pictures” – Tell Your Story!

art by Elise Walker
Featured Image: Art from the latest print issue of the NPHR, by Elise Walker, BME Graduate Student, Northwestern University
The Northwestern Public Health Review invites you to share your stories and experiences of health and public health through pictures during our annual Public Health Matters seminar series and reception. The theme of the poster session this fall is “Communicating public health through pictures”. Along these lines we invite you to submit photographs, artwork, graphics or other images that communicate local, national or international public health stories.
Accepted images will be displayed during the public health matters reception and will be featured in future published issues of the Northwestern Public Health Review.
Entry Criteria:  Public health or medically centered images of any form. All submissions must be the author’s original work. As always, please ensure you have your subject’s permission before submitting any image including people.

Deadline: All submitted entries should be received by the 30th of August 2014. Please include a very brief description of your entry.To submit your image or to contact us for more details, email the editor of The Northwestern Public Health Review at nphr@u.northwestern.edu or Claire Vernon at cgvernon@u.northwestern.edu.

For more information on the NPHR and our mission, visit www.nphr.org.
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