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Healthy Aging Research Network : translating research into practice
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    National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (U.S.). Division of Adult and Community Health. ; University of Washington Health Promotion Research Center. ;
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    CDC Healthy Aging Research Network -- CDC-HAN member centers and partners.

    The CDC Healthy Aging Research Network (CDC-HAN) was formed in 2001 to help develop and implement a national research and dissemination agenda related to the public health aspects of healthy aging.

    CDC-HAN is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Healthy Aging Program. The coordinating center and seven member and affiliate universities are a subset of CDC’s 37 Prevention Research Centers located throughout the United States. Each brings topic expertise to the Network’s research and program development.

    Strong partnerships with community-based groups are fundamental to CDC-HAN’s successes. Through collaborative efforts, the Network conducts research, provides programs and training, and influences policies to promote healthy aging in diverse settings. Network members focus particularly on communities and populations that bear a disproportionate burden of illness and disease.

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