National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA) Update May 2000: 21 Priorities for the 21st Century
DHHS (NIOSH) Publication Number 2000-143
A report on the first four years after the implementation of NORA. The successes of the program include:
- An enthusiastic and productive, broad-based NORA Liaison Committee.
- Successful efforts of 20 NORA teams, including outreach; conferences and symposia; and production of white papers, documents, and journal articles.
- The participation of a large number of federal agencies in NORA activities.
- A successful grants process which has produced record-breaking funding for targeted occupational safety and health research in Fiscal Years 1998, 1999, and 2000.
- Two surveys (in Fiscal Years 1996 and 1998) of federal occupational safety and health research investment.
- Evidence that a national research agenda was, and continues to be, needed and thatNORA research priority areas were well chosen.
- Recognition that NORA continues to be used as a model for public-private partnerships and is being widely used by other organizations in similar planning efforts.
- For the first time, a broad-based network of public and private partnerships in occupational safety and health.
Page last reviewed: June 6, 2014
Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health