2000-2002. DeClerque (PI). Regional Network for Data Management and Utilization Project: Provides technical assistance to the eight states in DHHS Region IV on the collection and use of data to plan and evaluate health programs for women and infants (1983-present).
2008-2010. DeClerque (PI). Maternal and Child Health Bureau, HRSA. Evaluation of North Carolina First Time Motherhood and New Parent Initiative. The goal of this project was to evaluate the effectiveness of a two-year SPRANS grant to implement a social marketing campaign to promote having a reproductive life plan that integrates preconception health, interconceptional health and children’s health promotion practices.
2002-2009. DeClerque (PI). Forsyth County Health Department. Infant Mortality Coalition Project. The goal of this project was to evaluate the effectiveness of targeted community outreach, enhanced case management, and the community public awareness components of the Forsyth County Infant Mortality Coalition’s infant mortality program in reducing disparities in perinatal health.
2004-2005. Freeman (PI). Maternal and Child Health Bureau, HRSA. Continuation of Assessment of Best Practices to Prevent Adolescent Suicide and Review of the MCHB Grantee Performance Indicators with Recommendations for Improvement. Assessment of activities to prevent adolescent suicide in a second state and technical review of selected MCHB grantee performance indicators to inform revision of the indicators.
2002-2005. DeClerque (PI). Maternal and Child Health Bureau, HRSA. Addressing Family Violence During or Around the Time of Pregnancy. The goal of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of training and clinical enhancements of the Baby Love Plus program in improving screening, referrals, and treatment for perinatal-related family violence in the Northeastern region of NC.
2003-2004. Guild (PI). Maternal and Child Health Bureau, HRSA. Expansion of Identification of Potential “Best Practices” Models Using Selected Title V Block Grant National Performance Measures: Lead the effort to expand and revise reports on adolescent suicide for New Jersey and child motor vehicle fatality for North Dakota and New York.
2002-2003. Guild (PI). Maternal and Child Health Bureau, HRSA. Identification of Potential “Best Practices” Models Using Selected Title V Block Grant National Performance Measures: Assisted the effort to produce reports on adolescent suicide for New Jersey and child motor vehicle fatality for North Dakota and New York.
2000-2002. DeFriese (PI). Evaluation of the All Kids Count Immunization Registry Program, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Multi-year evaluation of the development and use of immunization registries including evaluation of program development and surveys of registry users.
2013-2013. Ashley Skinner, Key Contributor (Coyne-Beasley, PI): NC TraCS $2K Pilot Grant. The relationships between athletic participation, physical activity, eating behaviors, and obesity among adolescents.
2013-2013. AccessCare. Examination of the A+ Kids Monitoring Program: Obesity and Antipsychotic Use.
2012-2013. Ashley Skinner (PI). University Research Council Award. To Eat It or Not to Eat It, Why is the question: How do adolescents perceive “Healthy Food”?