(Click here for English) ¡Bienvenida/os! Somos un grupo de investigadoras de la Universidad de Carolina del Norte, trabajamos en el departamento The Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research. Nuestro equipo está realizando un estudio para aprender cómo ayudar a padres Latinos a mejor navegar el sistema de salud en los Estados Unidos cuando… Read more »
This project uses the wealth of information provided by states as part of the needs to examine trends in the priorities states set for addressing maternal and child health needs under Title V.
Evaluating Plan for the North Carolina Healthy Start Baby Love Plus Reducing Racial Disparities in Infant Mortality in North Carolina
The purpose of this research is to continue the ongoing evaluation of the North Carolina Healthy Start Initiative, currently in seven rural Eastern counties and five rural counties in the Northeastern region of the State. This infant mortality reduction initiative of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Division of Women’s and Children’s… Read more »
Expansion of the Region IV Network for Data Management & Utilization (RNDMU) Project to Continue to Address Issues Related to the Evaluation of the Impact of Family Planning Services and to Continue to Address Issues of Women’s Health in General
In an effort to continue to help states better identify their women’s health problems and plan and evaluate services to address these problems, the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research has been asked to provide the following services to the DHHS Regional Office and family planning directors in the eight states in DHHS… Read more »
The purpose of this research is to continue the ongoing evaluation of the North Carolina Healthy Start Initiative, currently in seven rural Eastern counties and two urban counties (Triad) of the State.
Subcontract for Region IV Title X Family Planning Regional Training and Technical Assistance Project
Coalition for Excellence and Innovation in Family Planning Services, will provide comprehensive training and specialized technical assistance to family planning providers throughout the eight-state Region IV.
Evaluation of the NC Healthy Start Baby Love Plus Program to Address Racial Disparities in the Eastern, Northeastern, and Triad Regions of North Carolina
The goal of the program is to reduce disparities in infant mortality through strengthening community capacity and enhanced individual perinatal services