Our Projects

California's Joint Use Statewide Task Force (JUST) commissioned Berkeley Media Studies Group, in partnership with the Prevention Institute, to create an online space for joint use advocates to...

With funding from The California Endowment, BMSG examined and mapped public and industry conversations on nutrition and activity. Media advocates can use the information to reshape debate on the...

In this project, funded by The California Endowment, BMSG worked to increase the capacity of advocates and youth journalists to develop effective messaging and raise public awareness about the...

For this project BMSG analyzed news coverage of tuberculosis and used our findings to develop a media advocacy plan to assist those working in California to control TB.

With the Prevention Institute and NALEO staff, BMSG developed a year-long training curriculum and delivered it to selected members of the NALEO California Health Leadership program to help them...

BMSG's goal for this project was to help the leadership of Healthy Silicon Valley learn to frame the issue of obesity from an environmental prevention perspective, and begin to effectively raise...

To help the CDC's Communities Putting Prevention to Work Initiative in its goals to prevent/delay chronic disease and provide positive, sustainable health change in communities, BMSG provided...

In 2014, more people died of opioid overdose than any other year on record, and the epidemic is only getting worse. In rural communities in Northern California, the abuse of prescription drugs is...

In May 2001, the Labor Project for Working Families sought help for what was anticipated to be a long and arduous campaign to establish paid family leave in California. BMSG helped the...

With support from the National Cancer Institute, the Public Health Advocacy Institute at Northeastern Law School is collaborating with BMSG to conduct a sweeping review of arguments over who is...

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