10 Aug

Preventing Depression of Chinese American Adolescents through Mobile Health Application

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21 May

We Play

This is an online professional development system designed to help early learning professionals meet regulations and recommendations for physical activity with preschool children. It aims to help early learning professionals gain understanding, ideas, and confidence regarding the benefits of physically active play.

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23 Feb

Evaluation of the school-based Healthy Relationships Project for primary prevention of child sexual abuse among children pre-K through 5th grade

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3 Dec

Salus Populi: Educating the Judiciary about the Social Determinants of Health

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26 Aug

Reducing Urban Women’s HIV Risk: Soap Opera Videos on Video Capable Cellphones

The aim of this project is to give hard to reach young urban women who may be at risk for HIV, access to health promotion videos on their own cell phones.

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20 Jul

Massachusetts Strategic Plan for Prevention, Early Detection and Intervention with Psychosis

Dr. Alisa Lincoln and her team at Northeastern University will work closely with the Department of Mental Health and Massachusetts stakeholders to develop and write the Massachusetts Strategic Plan for identifying and intervening early with people at risk for or experiencing psychosis (FEP) and their families with attention to the diversity of communities residing in Massachusetts

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20 Jul

Evaluation of the National Suicide Prevention Program Grant

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16 Jul

The Social Construction of Legal Exclusion in Indian Slums

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1 Jul

Evaluation of the Early Childhood Mental Health Family Independence, Resilience, Support, and Treatment (ECMH FIRST) Project

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1 Jul

Vicarious Trauma Resource Initiative

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24 Jul

Start Strong Boston: Evaluating Readiness and Feasibility of a Promising Afterschool Teen Dating Violence Intervention Using a Youth Participatory Action Research (YPAR) Framework

Evaluation of the readiness and feasibility of conducting a large-scale evaluation of Start Strong Boston, a highly regarded community-based intervention that teaches middle school-aged youth about healthy relationships and avoiding dating violence.

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8 May

Evaluation of the Massachusetts Early Comprehensive Childhood Systems (MECCS) Impact Project (MECCS)

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27 Feb

Sanctuary Cities

This project seeks to identify how communities’ efforts to address questions regarding the role and place of sanctuary affects their resilience, and considers ways that cities might become more resilient as they respond to various forms of oppression, human rights violations, and other unjust exercises of power worldwide.

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25 Feb

Developing Firearm Suicide Prevention Programs Tailored to Gun Owner Population Subgroups

This study is designed to (a) identify subgroups of gun owners who share similar attributes and similar suicide risk profiles and then (b) conduct qualitative research with the subgroups to explore barriers and facilitators to the development of targeted firearm suicide prevention programs that can be adopted by each subgroup.

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25 Feb

GENERATIONS: Strengthening Women and Families Affected by HIV/AIDS

This project builds collaborative relationships with community-based organizations so they are better able to offer proven, innovative HIV prevention and support programs that assist girls, women, and their families.

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25 Feb

Reducing Urban Women’s HIV Risk: Soap Opera Videos on Video Capable Cellphones

The aim of this project is to give hard to reach young urban women who may be at risk for HIV, access to health promotion videos on their own cell phones.

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