Integrated Disciplines/Collaborators

The goals of these collaborations are: 1) to generate evidence and insights that leads to improvement in the health of the people of Northeast Florida, 2) to disseminate the results of research in the form of scholarly presentations, abstracts and articles in peer-reviewed publications and 3) to prepare and submit grant applications. These collaborative teams work through a process to:

  1. Identify one or more research questions related to health disparities
  2. Develop a research protocol and submit the protocol for IRB review
  3. Pursue one of the following three options:
    • Conduct the research protocol within available resources and produce scholarship
    • Collect preliminary data that can be used to develop grant proposals to conduct further research
    • Seek extramural funding for expansion of the research effort

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