Judicial Education Programs
POPULATION HEALTH & JUDICIAL DECISION-MAKING
Who will teach the course?
The course will be taught by faculty from the Center for Health Policy and Law and the Institute for Health Equity and Social Justice Research at Northeastern University, as well as guest speakers with expertise in the SDOH. Judges, former judges, and experienced judicial educators will serve as discussion leaders.
Where/how is the program being held?
The Population Health & Decision-Making judicial education program will be held at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. We will cover the cost of travel and accommodations for attendees. A member of our team will be touch with you with more details once you register for the program.
Are there any costs associated with attending the program?
There are no registration fees or tuition for the program. We will cover the costs of your travel, meals, and accommodations.
Salus Populi is a project funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, which allows us to cover costs for attendee participation in the judicial education program.
Will there be homework?
We will send out a detailed program schedule and materials ahead of time. We strongly encourage attendees to read the materials before the program, but there is no required homework.
Will continuing education credits be available for attendees of the program?
We will work with attendees to apply for CLE/CJE credits for program attendees. Please note that we cannot guarantee that your state/jurisdiction will approve the credits. We are offering eight hours of continuing education credit. There will be a couple of opportunities to indicate an interest in seeking CLE/CJE credits.
How are you evaluating the impact of this program?
In order to assess the JEP and its impact we will be asking participants to take a brief pre- and post- test at the time of the training. You may also be asked if we have your permission to contact you following the program to learn more about your experience and ways you think we could improve the program.