The Day at the Market program plays a key role in being a venue in achieving dissemination which is purposed to “bridge the disconnect” between community and the lack of access to resources and information. The hope is that the individuals who interact with will be able to use this program as a venue in which they can receive pertinent educational materials along with information that will help them make positive behavioral changes.
Johns Hopkins researchers use this program as a learning tool for being a better partner with the community and as a dissemination vehicle to return what they have learned to the community. The goal is for researchers, other organizations, and partners to realize that this is a venue where they can be educated through their interactions with the community with they plan to work.
2101 E Monument Street
Baltimore, MD 21205
2nd and Last Wednesday of each month
10 am to 2 pm
Topics focus National Health Observances for that month.
JHU Center in Urban Environmental Health- Environmental Justice Partnership Inc
Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center