The PRC Program directs a national network of 26 academic research centers, each at either a school of public health or a medical school that has a preventive medicine residency program. The centers are committed to conducting prevention research and are leaders in translating research results into policy and public health practice. These centers have rich capacity for the community-based, participatory prevention research needed to drive the major community changes that can prevent and control chronic diseases.
For the program’s vision, mission, goals, and core values, please see the PRC Program Strategic Plan.
For an overview of the program, watch the video below.