Population Health Forum: An organization of health activists that hold forums, develop curriculum, and provide instruction on population health. O n their website they include pop-quizzes, book chapters, presentations, and more.
*Population Research Bureau: Analyzes a variety of demographic data and presents findings in an easy-to-understand format. Its work is focused on the following themes: Reproductive Health and Fertility; Children & Families; Population and the Environment; Population Futures; and Strategic Approaches
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (formerly the Office of Public Health and Science): Federal offices that oversees 14 core public health offices (e.g., Office of the Surgeon General, Office On Population Affairs).
Pan American Health Organization: An international public health agency affiliated with the WHO that is 'working to improve health and living standards of the countries of the Americas.' Each country in the Americas has its own research page. PAHO also has extensive publications, statistics, and research reports available.
World Health Organization (WHO): Agency of the United Nations that focuses on improving and promoting the general health of people worldwide. It is also the leading public health authority, and has extensive resources available online.
The Population Reference Bureau informs people around the world about population, health, and the environment, and empowers them to use that information to advance the well-being of current and future generations.