Essay Contest: Spirituality & Public Health

Special opportunity to participate in an essay contest regarding spirituality and public health!

Dear Public Health graduate students:

We encourage you to consider submitting an essay to the Spirituality and Public Health 2016 Student Essay Contest. This is a newly launched annual national contest organized by faculty from many SPHs that include Berkeley, Hopkins, Maryland, and others. More than 3000 empirical studies have been published on spirituality, religion and health, and you are invited to write about what this might mean for Public Health. Prizes are $1000 (1st), $600 (2nd), and $300 (3rd). Please share with your friends here or at other SPHs via email, Facebook, or other social media, and visit the contest website for more information or to upload your submitted essay: http://www.spirituality-public-health-essay.com/

Contact spheadmin@spirituality-public-health-essay.com for questions or more information.

Good luck!

Spirituality & Public
        Health Student Essay Contest 2016

Doug Oman, PhD
University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health
Director, Spirituality and Public Health Student Essay Contest

S. Leonard Syme, PhD
University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health

Janice V. Bowie, PhD
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Rabbi Nancy Epstein, MPH, MAHL
Drexel University Dornsife School of Public Health

Mary A. Garza, PhD, MPH
University of Maryland School of Public Health

Cheryl L. Holt, PhD, FAAHB
University of Maryland School of Public Health

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