Linking Research and Public Health Practice: A Review of CDC's Program of Centers for Research and Demonstration of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

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Health promotion and disease prevention are central priorities in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vision. To advance research in these areas, Congress authorized and CDC established a program of university-based Centers for Research and Demonstration of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention to explore improved ways of appraising health hazards and to serve as demonstration sites for new and innovative research in public health. Begun in 1986 with three centers, there are now fourteen. In response to a CDC request to evaluate the program, Linking Research and Public Health Practice examines the vision for the prevention research centers program, the projects conducted by the centers, and the management and oversight of the program. In conducting the evaluation, the IOM committee took a broad view of how prevention research can influence the health of communities, and considered both the proximal risk factors for disease prevention and the more distal conditions for health promotion and improved equity in the distribution of risk factors. Month?

 

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Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
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INTRODUCTION
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A VISION FOR THE PREVENTION RESEARCH CENTERS PROGRAM
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THE RESEARCH AND DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS CONDUCTED
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MANAGEMENT AND OVERSIGHT OF THE PREVENTION
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REFERENCES
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B Charge to the Committee
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The CDC Prevention Research Centers Program
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Investing in the Nations Health 19861996
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