The PRC program’s grantees conduct research that contributes to improved community and population health. Successes highlighted here are reviewed for one or more of the following:
- Changes in policy, systems, or environments.
- Offers scalability and replicability for other populations.
- Expands the evidence base of public health priority areas (including the National Prevention Strategy, Healthy People 2020, CDC Winnable Battles, or the NCCDPHP Domains).
- Impacts the health of the population or community.
- Results in measurable changes in practices or reach.
- Documents behavior, practice or health outcomes in population(s).
- Contributes to health equity or reduces health disparities.
- Engages community in implementation.
- Provides economic evidence for public health decision making.
- Improves scientific knowledge, technical capability, or clinical practice.