Rigorous Evaluation of Policies for their Impacts on the Primary Prevention of Multiple Forms of Violence
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Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – ERA
Oct 07, 2020
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Oct 07, 2020
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Dec 04, 2020
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) is soliciting research proposals to expand the evidence base for policy approaches for the primary prevention of multiple forms of violence experienced by children, youth, and adults. Policies that promote the social and economic well-being of populations and address community characteristics associated with violence have the potential to reduce rates of multiple forms of violence, including the four forms that are the focus of this announcement: child abuse and neglect, youth violence, intimate partner violence, and sexual violence. To advance NCIPC’s commitment to increasing health equity, the intent is to support applications that investigate policies that address structural determinants of health to reduce the disproportionate burden of violence experienced by some groups and communities (e.g., racial /ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, tribal populations, and sexual and gender minorities).
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