Each year, students and faculty from a variety of colleges and universities participate in developing projects that will Break the Cycle of Children’s Environmental Health Disparities to promote health equity for all children.
The students present their projects at a national conference and the results are published in international journals. Over the past 12 years Break the Cycle has engaged over 100 students from 30 universities in 10 states in the USA as well as from Latin America, Africa, and Europe that have resulted in the publication of 9 international journal supplements.
This set of projects also forms the basis for a book series
on Public Health topics. (find the titles here)