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Announcement of Availability of Funds for Replication of Programs Proven Effective through Rigorous Evaluation to Reduce Teenage Pregnancy, Behavioral Risk Factors Underlying Teenage Pregnancy, or Other Associated Risk Factors (Tier 1) Phase I

Grant Opportunities

The purpose of this funding opportunity announcement (FOA) is to replicate programs that have been proven effective through rigorous evaluation to reduce teenage pregnancy, behavioral risk factors underlying teenage pregnancy, or other associated risk factors. Phase I Tier 1 projects will identify how to bring effective programs to scale and build the knowledge base on understanding what elements/components/factors are important to broad program success.

Applicants should replicate one or more effective programs in a community(ies) and/or among populations identified by current federal statistical reports as being most vulnerable to teen pregnancy, STDs, multiple partners, and other risks associated with sexual activity. Applicants may also select a community(ies) and/or populations within the community that have not experienced declines in teenage pregnancy or other associated risk factors commensurate with national declines.

Applicants are expected to propose to serve age groups most likely to engage in sexual risk behaviors. While younger adolescents may be included in the project, OAH expects that services will also focus on adolescents 15-19 years of age, recognizing the importance of reinforcing healthy decision-making throughout adolescence. Each selected community must be defined by clear geographic boundaries in order to assure that the number of youth served can be identified and rates of teenage pregnancy and other associated risk factors can be monitored.

Closing Date for Applications: Apr 15, 2019

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7th Annual Collaborative Research Center for American Indian Health Summit

The theme of this year’s summit is “Nurturing the Future of Native Youth Through Research.” It will feature presentations showcasing innovative research being conducted in AIAN child/adolescent/youth health, as well two panel presentations from youth researchers and the CRCAIH Tribal Partners.

Sanford Center | 2301 E 60th Street North | Sioux Falls, SD

37th Graduate Summer Institute of Epidemiology and Biostatistics


JUNE 10 – JUNE 28, 2019
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

The Graduate Summer Institute offers short, intensive courses in epidemiology and biostatistics intended to develop an understanding of the principles, methodologic strategies and practical aspects of epidemiological research.

With onsite and online courses, you choose the course format that works best for your schedule. Register for one or more courses. You may take courses for either professional development, to enhance your current skills, or for academic credit if you are interested in applying the course work towards a degree program.

The Summer Institute has been in existence since 1983, and has trained thousands of students from the U.S. and around the world. Institute participants include students, clinicians, public health practitioners, physicians in training and those considering a career in public health.

Tribal Public Health Conference 2019

“Strength In Community, Power In Connection”

A 7th Generation and Southern Plains Tribal Health Board Collaboration

River Spirit Casino Resort
Tulsa, OK