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  • 20 Years after Cairo

    20 Years after Cairo

    We take it for granted today that all people matter, but this was not always the case. In fact, the rights of women to earn an equitable education and pay--and to assert their reproductive and sexual freedom--were not formally recognized until the groundbreaking 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in Cairo, and the Programme of Action that resulted from that conference.

  • U-M Injury Center

    U-M Injury Center

    Injury is the leading cause of death for people ages one to 44 in the U.S. Recognizing the importance of this critical public health issue, SPH now offers a Certificate in Injury Science through the U-M Injury Center. Open to all SPH students, the new certificate program incorporates courses in epidemiology, health behavior and health education, health management and policy, biostatistics, and psychology, and includes a practicum component.