Inputs: NIOSH Strategic Goals
The NIOSH Economics Program developed strategic goals to guide our research and partnership efforts over the next decade.
NIOSH Program Portfolio Approach
NIOSH has been organizing research, guidance, information, and service efforts into specific programs that can be readily communicated and strategically governed and evaluated. There are ten NORA Sector Programs representing industrial sectors and 24 Cross-Sector Programs organized around adverse health outcomes, statutory programs, global efforts, and other cross-cutting issues of high priority.
The NORA Sector Programs intersect with Cross-Sector Programs in a matrix-like fashion. For example, a goal of reducing injuries and fatalities due to falls in construction would likely be a shared goal between the Construction Sector and with the Traumatic Injury Cross-Sector Program and, if appropriate, would be adopted by both programs. This approach allows multiple programs to work together towards the accomplishment of intersecting goals.
NIOSH previously used priority topic areas (e.g., traumatic injury, hearing loss) to guide research efforts. Strategic goals take this approach a step further by identifying specific outcomes that NIOSH wants to target, performance measures for evaluating progress in meeting outcome goals, and intermediate goals to delineate the necessary steps to accomplish each strategic goal.
The goals of the Economics Cross-Sector Program were developed with feedback from stakeholders and interactions with the NORA Sector and other Cross-Sector Programs.An interactive web site allows you to browse through all NIOSH Economics Program goals and associated projects and publications.
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