In this issue
NCPERRC shares results: 5 new research briefs now available
Now in our 4th year of funding, the seeds sown in previous years are producing results. NCPERRC researchers have produced 5 new research briefs summarizing the recent research findings. More...
Pilot projects continue to pursue diverse topics
Pilot projects have been part of NCPERRC from the beginning. This year we have been able to provide some additional funding for 3 of the promising pilot projects begun in previous years. More...
NCPERRC Research Projects
The overall theme of the Center's research is to create and maintain sustainable preparedness and response systems. It includes 4 projects, as well as pilot projects and new investigator awards. More...
What is Public Health Systems Research?
In January 2012, the National Coordinating Center for PHSSR (Public Health Services & Systems Research) issued a research agenda with critical questions that need to be answered to build the evidence for the best practice of public health. More...
- The Vulnerable and At-Risk Populations Resource Guide is now available! This easy-to-use, free, online resource guide provides a customized list of resources with accompanying jurisdictional maps to aid local health departments in planning for vulnerable and at-risk populations. Learn more about it and then access a short questionnaire to get your customized report.
- This month the Local Health Department Preparedness Capacity Survey (P-CAS) customized benchmarking reports were sent to the 81 NC health departments and the 149 matched comparison agencies outside of NC. Learn more information about P-CAS in an upcoming research brief.
- Get the latest research briefs, bibliography, and project information.
We appreciate the contributions of our research collaborators. When we request your participation in one of our research studies, we make the following pledge to you. We will:
- coordinate our requests for information to ensure that there is no duplication of requested information,
- be considerate of your time and priorities,
- acknowledge your contribution to our research by recognizing your organization (to maintain your confidentiality),
- share our research findings with you.
North Carolina Institute for Public Health
Home of the NCPERRC
- Edward Baker, MD, Principal Investigator
- Carol Gunther-Mohr, MA, Project Manager
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This research was carried out by the North Carolina Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Center (NCPERRC) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Gillings School of Global Public Health and was supported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Grant 1PO1 TP 000296-01. The contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of CDC.