The Center for Urban Population Health (CUPH) facilitates, supports and encourages projects that improve the health of our communities. We work with large cities, small towns and rural populations.
CUPH researchers study factors that contribute to community health. Our work informs public health policies and fosters initiatives to improve people’s health where they live and work.
CUPH works on projects that fulfill three requirements:
CUPH facilitates groups and individuals working together to improve health of their communities.
CUPH helps bring together:
CUPH has over 15 years of experience – and the skills and knowledge that come along with it – in supporting community-based health research and education initiatives.
If you have a project that will improve the health of our communities, we have a variety of experts and facilities that may help. We support community health projects with:
CUPH is a collaboration to improve health results by bringing our communities the resources and skill sets of these organizations: