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Posted On March 29, 2021 11:39 pm
Check out the IRL website to learn more about our current teams and alumni teams and their research projects.
Posted On March 29, 2021 11:39 pm
The themes for the previous IRL cohorts are: Early childhood and health (Cohort 1). Housing, community development, and health (Cohort 1). Youth development approaches to prevent violence and promote health (Cohort 2). Individual and community resilience and health (Cohort 2). Solutions for better health care delivery in rural America (Cohort 3). Addressing social and economic… View Article
Posted On March 29, 2021 11:38 pm
IRL applicant teams must focus their research and associated action activities on one of two topic areas, or themes. For the sixth IRL cohort (beginning November 2021), the two topic areas are: Structural racism in health care Structural racism and community health and well-being
Posted On March 29, 2021 11:38 pm
In general, the more detailed your research project description is in the application, the better. We are interested in projects that yield credible and transparent information that is useful for action. It follows that research should be novel, at least to the local issue. Building on prior research is expected, but the importance of the… View Article
Posted On March 29, 2021 11:37 pm
For this IRL Call for Applications, the team is limited to one community partner team member. However, you can include contractors and consultants in the research project budget to engage the services of additional community partners if the project calls for it.
Posted On March 29, 2021 11:37 pm
It is our expectation that all teams accepted into the program successfully submit a Revised Research Proposal in March 2022. The first four months of the program will be spent refining the research proposal, and teams will have input and assistance from members of the IRL Research Team. Funds for the research project will not… View Article
Posted On March 29, 2021 11:36 pm
Yes, an evaluation of an intervention is one example of an evaluation-specific research design that can be proposed and detailed in the application.

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