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Research & Evaluation



The State Innovation Model Initiative and the Healthcare Innovation Awards
How can NNPHI help to sustain health care transformation?
The State Innovation Model (SIM) Initiative
How can we assess our progress on bridging public health and healthcare?


Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Technical Assistance Office (TAO)
How can we develop a nationwide foundation of patients, stakeholders, and researchers equipped and eager to participate in patient-centered outcomes research?
National Program Office for Public Health Systems and Services Research (PHSSR) Annual Solicitation
How did we help to expand the evidence base for effective public health policy and practice through investment in PHSSR?


Evaluation of the National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training (NCCPHT)
How can we know the impact of public health training centers across the United States?
Evaluation of CDC’s Prevention Status Reports (PSRs)
How effective, useful, and valuable are the tools we are using to improve and support the national public health system?


Assessment of Evidence-Based Practices to Improve Worksite Physical Activity
What factors support and undermine successful worksite physical activity programs?
Assessment of Awardee Use of Federal Immunization Funding
What opportunities and challenges define whether health departments spend federal dollars earmarked for immunization initiatives?


Project Engage: Engaging Gay “Community” Activism for Syphilis Prevention
An exploration of the meaning and relevance of “community” among Black/African American men who have sex with men.
Patient Receptiveness
How can adult fall interventions be implemented in hospital systems?


Prevention Strategies: Strengthening Evidence-Informed Community Programs
How can sexual violence prevention programs align with defined standards for success?
Data Surveillance for Children’s Mental Health
Creating pathways for supporting the work of data stewards to coordinate, collaborate, and improve methods for understanding children’s mental health data.

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