This page showcases the projects that CPHPR has supported over time.
Supporting practice- and evaluation- focused activities that put Emory’s talented academic community into the service of Georgia’s public health partners during the COVID-19 crisis and into the future.
As part of the Emory Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Center (PERRC) Translation and Dissemination Initiative, these projects were funded for 18 months by a Co-operative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and the Association for Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH). The projects aimed to disseminate the results of prior research conducted through the Emory PERRC to relevant stakeholders. See more information about Emory PERRC research products.
To evaluate and improve the implementation of emergency preparedness web portals developed for long-term care facilities by examining the interactions between the emergency preparedness and response innovation dissemination and implementation support and delivery systems.
To more proactively connect jails with local health departments to establish relationships and develop innovative approaches to preparedness planning.
To explore ways to effectively utilize obstetric care practice websites for patient education, especially on topics like maternal vaccination and emerging infectious diseases.
To improve and expand the reach of the ReadyVax App, as well as to facilitate access between public health support and delivery systems.