Our Projects

To help the Minnesota Statewide Health Improvement Program (SHIP) grantees and Community Health Boards (CHBs) understand how their most important issues -- nutrition, physical activity and tobacco...

BMSG worked with the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence to better understand how teen dating violence is portrayed in the news and what the implications are for prevention policy.

The Advertising Story set out to find out how the Ad Council's obesity prevention messages compared with other messages from food and beverage companies and what context those messages would...

BMSG conducted a study to help Healthy Eating Research (HER), a program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, understand how news coverage portrayed a 2013 proposal to tax soda in Telluride,...

BMSG worked with the National Association of County and City Health Officials on its project with the CDC's Center for Injury Prevention and Control titled the Roots of Health Inequity:...

Berkeley Media Studies Group provided media advocacy support between December 2015 and January 2016 for the Urban Peace Movement (UPM), an organization dedicated to a model of youth development...

For 10 years, we helped consult and coach members of numerous community organizations funded to do grassroots violence prevention projects, the youth served by those organizations, violence...

Traffic fatalities and injuries are preventable, but does the public see them that way? Vision Zero San Francisco is a collaborative campaign working across sectors to build momentum for a shift...

Created as part of a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the American Heart Association, the Voices for Healthy Kids initiative works to improve the aspects of children's...

Degree-granting programs in public health generally do not provide systematic training in advocacy. In recognition of this curricular gap, BMSG worked with professor...

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