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Advancing the nation's health; a guide to public health research needs, 2006-2015
  • Published Date:
    December 2006
Filetype[PDF - 1.54 MB]


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  • Corporate Authors:
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.)
  • Description:
    I. Overview -- -- II. Relationship of Research Themes to the CDC Health Protection Goals -- A. CDC health protection goals -- B. Relationship of research themes to the CDC health protection goals -- -- III. Prevent and Control Infectious Diseases -- A. Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious Diseases -- 1. Antimicrobial resistance -- 2. Environmental microbiology of bioterrorism-related and other pathogens -- 3. Emerging infections and new prevention technologies -- 4. Health-care-associated infections and patient safety -- 5. Zoonotic and vectorborne diseases (ZVBDs) -- B. Pandemic and Seasonal Influenza -- C. Infectious Disease Surveillance and Response -- 1. Infectious disease diagnostic methods -- 2. Infectious disease surveillance and response -- 3. Pharmacoepidemiology of infectious and other disease therapy -- 4. Infectious disease elimination -- D. Vaccines and Immunization Programs -- 1. Immunization services delivery research -- 2. Vaccine epidemiology and surveillance -- 3. Vaccine safety -- 4. Vaccine supply -- E. Behavioral, Social, and Economic Research in Infectious Diseases -- 1. Behavioral and prevention research to promote health -- 2. Economic analyses of infectious diseases -- F. Host-Agent Interactions -- 1. Applied genomics in infectious diseases -- 2. Infectious disease and chronic disease associations -- G. Special Populations and Infectious Diseases -- 1. Health disparities and infectious diseases -- 2. Infectious diseases among populations at high risk -- 3. Perinatal and neonatal infectious diseases -- -- IV. Promote Preparedness to Protect Health -- A. Vulnerable Communities and Populations -- 1. Determinants of community vulnerability to public health emergencies -- 2. Risk appraisal and adaptive behavior during a public health emergency -- 3. Predictive strategies for risk and recovery in vulnerable populations after a public health emergency -- 4. Assessment strategies for populations affected by public health emergencies -- 5. Public health emergency response strategies -- 6. Public health emergency management strategies -- B. Infrastructure and Prevention -- 1. Critical infrastructure systems and processes -- 2. Public health and clinical response systems -- 3. Human migration, mobility, and quarantine issues associated with public health emergencies -- 4. Community actions in public health emergencies -- 5. Local and regional operational strategies for managing public health emergencies -- C. Public Health Workforce Preparation and Front-line Prevention and Response -- 1. Community and regional response during public health emergencies -- 2. Support for front-line personnel involved in health protection functions during public health emergencies -- 3. Proficiency of the public health workforce in the event of disaster -- D. Detection and Diagnosis of the Hazards and Medical Consequences Associated with Emergency Events -- 1. Health surveillance systems involved in public health emergencies -- 2. Rapid clinical diagnostic capabilities during public health emergencies -- 3. Environmental detection and decontamination during public health emergencies -- 4. Rapid assessment of exposure and impact data from public health emergencies -- E. Communications -- 1. Risk communication and information dissemination -- 2. Emergency response communications technology -- F. Community Preparedness and Response Improvement -- 1. Outcome Measurement for Preparedness Improvement -- -- V. Promote Health to Reduce Chronic Diseases and Disability -- A. Health Across the Lifespan. -- 1. Implement effective health promotion strategies -- 2. Reduce the burden of chronic diseases -- 3. Reduce disparity in chronic disease burden and risk factors -- B. Infant and Maternal Health -- 1. Pregnancy planning and preconception care -- 2. Conditions associated with hereditary birth defects and blood disorders -- 3. Healthy birth outcomes -- 4. Promote safe motherhood and infant health -- C. Health and Development of Children and Adolescents -- 1. Optimal child development -- 2. Optimal adolescent development -- D. Adult and Older Adult Health -- 1. Reduce the burden of, disparities in, and risk factors for chronic diseases among adults -- 2. Reduce the burden of, disparities in, and risk factors for chronic diseases among older adults -- E. Health Among Persons with Disabilities -- 1. Health across the lifespan among persons with disabilities -- 2. Early identification of developmental disabilities -- 3. Health among infants, children, and adolescents with disabilities -- -- VI. Create Safer and Healthier Places -- A. Environmental health -- 1. Environmental risk factors -- 2. Complex environmental exposures -- 3. Environmental biomonitoring methods and tools -- 4. Environmental health interventions -- 5. Lead exposure and health -- 6. Environmental data and information systems -- B. Occupational Safety and Health -- 1. Fatal and nonfatal injuries at the workplace -- 2. Occupational diseases -- 3. Occupational musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) -- 4. Safe workplace design -- 5. Organization of work -- 6. Emerging workplace hazards -- C. Injury and Violence -- 1. Injury and violence prevention interventions -- 2. Risk and protective factors for unintentional injury -- 3. Risk and protective factors for interpersonal violence and suicidal behavior -- 4. Trauma systems research -- 5. Connection among multiple forms of violence -- -- VII. Work Together to Build a Healthy World -- A. Supporting Goals for Global Health -- 1. Global mortality among mothers and young children -- 2. Immunization to eliminate and protect against global diseases -- 3. Global micronutrient malnutrition -- 4. Global efforts regarding human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS), tuberculosis (TB), and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) -- 5. Global water safety -- B. Disease and Injury Prevention and Control in Global Settings -- 1. Global infectious diseases -- 2. Global burden of non-communicable diseases -- 3. Global burden of injuries -- 4. Global occupational health -- C. Health of Vulnerable Populations in Global Settings -- 1. International complex humanitarian emergencies (CHEs) -- 2. Public health consequences of exploitation of women and children in global settings -- 3. Orphans and other vulnerable children in global settings -- D. Societal Determinants of Health in Global Settings -- 1. Relationship between socioeconomic status and global health -- 2. Human resources and health outcomes in global settings -- E. Tools for Global Public Health -- 1. Global measurement of health, disease, and injury -- 2. Health marketing and health education in global settings -- 3. Evaluation of the effectiveness of global health interventions -- -- VIII. Manage and Market Health Information -- A. Public Health Data -- 1. Statistical and data science -- 2. Data collection -- 3. Data integration -- 4. Data analysis -- 5. Data dissemination -- B. Public Health Informatics. -- 1. Analytical methods for informatics -- 2. Information and data visualization -- 3. Communications and alerting technologies -- 4. Decision support -- 5. Electronic health records -- 6. Knowledge management -- C. Health Marketing -- 1. Informed consumer health choices -- 2. Integrated health marketing programs -- 3. Health awareness to health action -- 4. Niche marketing -- 5. Public health brand -- 6. Message bundling -- 7. Emergency and risk communication -- 8. Entertainment education -- 9. Health literacy and clear communication -- 10. Customize health marketing campaigns -- -- IX. Promote Cross-Cutting Public Health Research -- A. Social Determinants of Health and Health Disparities -- 1. Burden of disease -- 2. Social determinants of health -- 3. Health disparities prevention and elimination -- B. Physical Environment and Health -- 1. Global climate change -- 2. Natural and built environment and health -- 3. Physical and sociocultural environment and health -- C. Health Systems and Professionals. -- 1. Public health systems -- 2. Health-care delivery systems -- 3. Workforce and career development -- D. Public Health Science, Policy, and Practice -- 1. Intervention and translational research -- 2. Social, anthropological, and behavioral sciences in public health -- 3. Health and well-being across diverse community settings -- 4. Economics and public health -- 5. Community-based participatory research (CBPR) -- 6. Public health evaluation research -- 7. Use and allocation of pharmaceuticals and other medical interventions -- 8. Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) -- E. Public Health Education and Promotion. -- 1. Public health education research -- F. Human Genomics in Public Health -- 1. Genomics bridge between preventive medicine and public health research -- 2. Human genomics, public health surveillance systems, and research studies -- 3. Models to incorporate education and community engagement into population-based genomics research -- 4. The genomic evidence base in public health practice -- 5. Human-pathogen genomics -- G. Mental Health and Well-Being -- 1. Mental health -- 2. Substance abuse treatment and prevention -- H. Law, Policy, and Ethics -- 1. Public health policy and law -- 2. Ethics in public health -- -- Appendices -- Appendix I. CDC Organizational Chart -- Appendix II. Map of Research Themes to Healthy People 2010 (HP 2010) Leading Health Indicators and Objectives -- Appendix III. Agenda Development Workgroup Members and Staff -- Appendix IV. Map of Research Themes to the Overarching Health Protection Goals and Cross-Cutting Research.

    "The new Advancing the Nation's Health: A Guide to Public Health Research Needs, 2006-2015 (also referred to as the Research Guide) will serve as a critical resource for research areas that should be addressed during the next decade by CDC and its partners in response to current and future public health needs and events. By health protection research, we mean research that supports health promotion, prevention of injury, disability, and diseases, and preparedness activities3. Many federal agencies have a distinguished and long track record of support of health-related research in their specific focus areas, and many agencies are guided by their own research agendas. What distinguishes the Research Guide from other health-related research agendas is that it is the first-ever comprehensive, long-term, national resource spanning all areas of health protection that will allow us to shine a spotlight on public health as never before. As such, the Research Guide is intended to build on and complement the work of other federal agencies and their research agendas." - p. 1-2

    "Advancing the Nation's Health: A Guide to Public Health Research Needs, 2006-2015 was formerly titled Health Protection Research Guide, 2006-2015 during the public comment period " - p. 1

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