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The program will assist the National Syndromic Surveillance Program in improving its gathering of national self-inflicted injury data from the nation’s emergency departments. Currently, the system captures data from about 65% of all emergency department visits. The purpose is to support: (1) NSSP in building its infrastructure to improve data gathering; and (2) quarterly queries designed to identify self-harm cases at emergency departments.
The program supports a multi-site study on the human health effects of exposures to drinking water contaminated with PFAS. Study sites may include communities using PFAS-contaminated private residential wells or public water systems.
The program supports research to advance the accuracy and communication of seasonal and pandemic influenza forecasts. It will establish a network of Influenza Forecasting Centers of Excellence to conduct the studies and improve forecasts at the national, regional, and state levels.
The program supports social enterprise incubators to develop new products, services and commercial activities resulting in new positions for individuals with low incomes. These incubators also will address the personal and community barriers that must be overcome to help individuals with low incomes become self- sufficient.
The program trains doctoral health psychology students, interns and post-doctoral residents to provide integrated, interdisciplinary, behavioral health and substance use prevention and treatment services in high need and high demand areas. The program also supports faculty development in health service psychology.
DRRP, a National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research program, improves the effectiveness of disability and rehabilitation services by generating new knowledge and developing technologies. Under this solicitation, grantees must promote the use or adoption of findings or products from NIDILRR-sponsored research or development projects.
The program supports committees to characterize maternal deaths and identify prevention opportunities. Awardees will: identify pregnancy-associated deaths within one year of death; enter clinical and non-clinical data into a standard data system; conduct multidisciplinary reviews; and provide committee decisions within 2 years of a death. Quality assurance processes, in partnership with CDC, will be used for improving data quality, completeness and timeliness. Awardees will analyze data and share findings with stakeholders to inform policy and prevention strategies to reduce maternal deaths.
The grantees will participate in this ongoing project to monitor and collect data on the social variables, behavioral and clinical characteristics, supportive service needs, use of healthcare and prevention services, and adherence to clinical care guidelines among HIV-diagnosed adults. The data helps improve local and national HIV prevention, care and treatment efforts.
The program supports new and innovative projects and research to improve access, increase affordability and strengthen the value of legal education.
The popular program funds the purchasing and preservation of one acre of wildlife habitat in the United States for every acre developed by Walmart. Since its inception in 2005, the program has protected more than 1.3 million acres through 81 projects in 35 states, Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico. The partners seek to double the success by 2025.
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