Funding: Pre and Post-doctoral Scholar in Public Health Delivery Award (PPS-PHD)
This project evaluates the relationships among public health, primary care, and policy intermediaries who work collaboratively to reduce injury-related infant mortality rates in U.S. communities. By identifying the characteristics of Arkansas partnerships that can more effectively and efficiently mobilize injury prevention strategies and reduce injury-related infant mortality, this study helps determine how to maximize resource sharing and promote enhanced learning among collaborative partners.
- Injury-Related Infant Mortality among Vulnerable Populations: The Role of Public Health, Primary Care & Policy (PHSSR Research in Progress Webinar, June 2015 recording)
Injury-Related Infant Mortality in Arkansas: A Policy Perspective (Poster Presentation, 2015 PHSSR Keeneland Conference, April 2015)
Injury Prevention Delivery Systems: The role of public health and primary care in reducing injury-related infant mortality among vulnerable populations (Poster Presentation, 2015 PHSSR Keeneland Conference, April 2015)
Public Health Delivery Systems in Action: The role of public health, primary care, and policy (2015 Research Summit, University of Kansas-Wichita, March 2015)
- The Influence of Public Health System Partnerships on Injury Related Infant Mortality, Interview Guide (July 2015)
University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita