Current Research & Evaluation Projects
Currently, research activities in the division include conducting biological and behavioral surveillance surveys of foreign military personnel; evaluating evidence based interventions; and evaluating pilot programs to reduce teen pregnancy and improve healthcare accessibility for at risk populations.
Our Current Projects:
- A comparison of behavioral questionnaire administration modalities among patients in the Avon Foundation's Breast Health Outreach Program: Audio computer-assisted self interview (ACASI), face to Face interview (FFI), and self-administered paper interviews for client demographic and behavior profiles.
- A bio-behavioral surveillance survey (BBSS) of HIV and sexual risk behaviour in uniformed services personnel in Latin America
- A mixed-methods assessment of the "Swagga and Lace" Teen Pregnancy Prevention Project in Rural Georgia
- A quantitative survey of gaps in the provision of quality reproductive and sexual health services for adolescents in nine states
- A qualitative study of barriers, challenges, and strategies to improving access to quality reproductive and sexual health services for adolescents in four states (CDC TPP)