Creative Approaches To Solve Public Problems


Project PENCIL:
Protecting the Educational Needs of Chronically Ill Learners

The Cochlear Implant University:
Supporting high school and college students with cochlear implants as they transition to higher education

Dientes Fuertes, Vida Sana:
Preventing early childhood tooth decay in low-income Latino children

Toda Promotora Clearinghouse:
Building nonprofit capacity to use promotora programs            

En Familia:
Improving health literacy and delivering health education to Latino families
Preventing prescription drug diversion and abuse in schools

Attitude Boost:
Improving attitudes toward science

Proper use of prescription drugs

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KDHRC is committed to the timely dissemination of new research in the public health and social service fields. Our publications include research briefs and working papers.

Evaluating an effort to improve parents' ability to obtain educational services for their chronically ill children: Lessons from Project PENCIL

Rosa M. Steen, Eric C. Twombly, Louise C. Palmer, & Kristen D. Holtz,  KDH Research & Communication
December 2014: Number 12
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October 2014

KDHRC publishes research brief about improving
K-5 teachers' ability to help students with chronic illness in their classrooms 

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