Virtual Public Health Week 2021 | Registration Form
Thank you for your interest in participating in our first-ever Virtual Public Health Week, taking place during Week 4 from April 19 - April 23! We welcome you to engage in the exciting programs planned throughout the week, with the opportunity to win prizes. Learn firsthand how public health intersects with technology, public policy, mental health, and beyond, and the role it plays in our community! Learn more at

Throughout the week, we are working with Urban Partners LA to support impacted areas in Koreatown and Westlake. Venmo @seohannahlee to donate to Urban Partners LA with "Fundraiser" in the description. 100% of proceeds go to their COVID-19 Emergency Food Bank, which distributes food every week to low-income seniors and working class residents economically impacted by COVID-19.


Monday, 4/19/21 | 5:30-7:00 PM PT via Zoom
A panel on innovation in healthcare, focusing on the intersection of digital healthcare technologies, public health, and advocacy, featuring 4 accomplished industry leaders and UCLA alumni. In medicine and healthcare, digital technologies have the potential to transform unsustainable healthcare systems into sustainable ones, equalize the relationships between patient and provider, and ultimately improve health outcomes.  This is an amazing opportunity for students of all levels to explore and ask questions about the future of healthcare and how we as students can contribute towards innovation in the medical field.

RSVP now at and read more about the panelists at Feel free to submit any and all questions you have!

Tuesday, 4/20/21 | All day on Instagram @scopepha
What is public health? What is its role in improving health outcomes for the LA community and beyond? How does this relate to me as a student? To learn more, visit @scopepha on Instagram to view an informational video, participate in an interactive quiz (with the chance to win cool prizes), and give back to a local nonprofit.

Wednesday, 4/21/21 | 6:00-7:00 PM PT via Zoom
Join us for an educational documentary night as we watch the Academy Award nominated film Heroin(e). This documentary centers on the Opioid epidemic in Huntington, West Virginia where the overdose rate is 10 times the national average. The documentary follows various public officials as they try to deal with the epidemic and help those affected. After the 40 minute documentary we will have 20 minutes of guided discussion where we will talk about how the Opioid epidemic relates to public health. We hope to see you all there!

Thursday, 4/22/21 | 6:00-7:00 PM PT via Zoom
As students interested in the intersection of the social determinants of health, mental health is a topic we often discuss when seeing patients. Yet, students often neglect the manifestation of mental health in their own lives, and we hope to remind the Bruin community of the importance of centering one’s own mental health and wellness when navigating life in these unprecedented times, higher education, and life beyond Westwood. Come join us to reflect on the ways in which mental health frames not only our society, but our day-to-day lives, and learn with us how we might work to mitigate stressors and navigate personal wellness with activities ranging from a roundtable discussion to yoga to guided meditation.

Friday, 4/25/21 | 5:00-6:00 PM PT via Zoom
Interested in learning about or discussing public health? Join us on 4/23 for a fun roundtable discussion of various public health topics. You will have the opportunity to have an open conversation with your fellow peers about prevalent public health issues. Participants who actively engage during the event will be put into a raffle where they will have the chance to win an exciting prize!
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