Educating State-level Stakeholders on Strategies to Address Winnable Battles in Public Health

The purpose of this project is to reduce the burden of leading causes of death and disability by providing capacity building assistance to states to address priority health issues.

Using CDC’s Winnable Battle Initiative as a framework, the project is intended to help increase the uptake


of interventions known to successfully address high burden health issues by helping decision makers prioritize issues to address, and educating them on the interventions with the best evidence to support them.

The activities to be implemented through this project will contribute to the ultimate reduction of health, financial and social costs of these health challenges across the nation.

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Applicants should be sufficiently connected to state executive branch and/or legislative branch members across the United States in order to accomplish the goal of working with a geographically diverse set of states from all regions of the U. S. Further, the applicant must be well versed both in public health issues such as CDC Winnable Battles and in how states approach and implement policies and practices that impact public health.

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