Improving Lives, Improving Communities
Charged with the task of realizing the true potential of a health institute, the IHHS Taskforce is examining important questions. How will we know when we’ve been successful and when we’ve made a regional and global impact? Do our improvements include both treatment and prevention? How do we energize our students to be committed to rural and regional health needs? How do we determine health needs and gaps in our region? As our research becomes funded at a greater level, how do we maintain community outreach?
The next Taskforce meeting will be held on TBA.
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- Taskforce minutes link
For more information about the IHHS Taskforce, please contact Gary McCullough at firstname.lastname@example.org
Global Health Notes
Featured Research at IHHS
HIV Prevention Trials Network ResearchDr. Tandrea Carter, director of the ASU Counseling for Faculty and Staff program at BCBS IHHS is currently conducting research that evaluates data from the ISIS Study (The Women's HIV Seroincidence Study). ISIS data reflect an analysis of at-risk women in six urban areas of the United States that have some of the highest rates of HIV/AIDS: Baltimore, Atlanta, Raleigh-Durham, N.C., Washington, D.C., Newark and New York City.
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