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ICTR's Neighborhood Health Partnership program hosts lunch & learn: Include Local Health Data and Action Tools in Grants

Tired Medical WorkerAre you interested in local level data on vaccinations, screenings, blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and more for your research? This lunch & learn will show how to leverage ICTR Neighborhood Health Partnership (NHP) program data on WI neighborhoods (zip code level) covering 27 health outcomes and care measures spanning the care continuum including wellness, prevention, risk factors for chronic diseases and chronic disease care. Attendees will also learn about funding opportunities for competitive research proposals through the ICTR Pilot Award Program.

  • When: Wednesday, November 17, 12:00-1:00 pm
  • Where: Zoom (link will be sent out after you RSVP)
  • RSVP: Please let us know you’re coming by clicking HERE

This information session will answer the following questions:

  • What data are available and how can health researchers use it? Learn how you can leverage existing data on health outcomes and care measures for YOUR health research.
  • What is the Neighborhood Health Partnerships Program (NHP)? Learn about this ICTR-CAP program and the reports and tools they produce and deliver to support research, promote action, and improve health.
  • Is there funding available? An overview of the ICTR Pilot Award Program funding opportunities and RFA release dates will be provided. Watch here for updates on ICTR funding opportunities: https://ictr.wisc.edu/funding-opportunities/

Questions? Contact Kate Judge at kjudge@wisc.edu or Lauren Bednarz at lauren.bednarz@wisc.edu

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