Building Resilient Regions: Workforce Capacity for Translation, Implementation and Evaluation of Promising PERRC Products
CPHD researchers along with partners from RAND received an award through ASPPH/CDC for the Translation, Dissemination and Implementation of Public Health Preparedness and Response Research and Training. This project will use the Interactive Systems Framework (ISF) for Synthesis, Translation and Support to enhance the capacity of LHDs in Southern California to implement evidence-based practices created by the CDC PERRCs to enhance community resilience.
Program evaluation of the “Three Cities” Countering Violent Extremism Initiatives
CPHD researchers will evaluate the effectiveness of the Los Angeles Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) initiative so as to inform best practices for CVE. The knowledge generated will inform how CVE programs need to be changed, what aspects are worthy of implementation in other U.S. cities, what are desirable and undesirable unintended outcomes of those initiatives, and how to best safeguard civil liberties.
The Effect of Variations in WEA Message Content and Social Setting on Behavioral and Psycho-Physiological Response Among Diverse Populations
CPHD researchers are working with experimental psychologists to understand how varying the content, structure and social setting of Wireless Emergency Alert messages influences responses to the messages.
Examination of the Short- and Long-term Impact of School Shootings
The U.S Department of Justice (DOJ) awarded UCLA/DUKE University National Center for Child Traumatic Stress with a grant to examine the broader impact of school shootings. Faculty and researchers from NCTSN and their collaborative partner UCLA Center for Public Health and have joined with community leaders to building knowledge in this area about the experiences of a broad range of individuals affected or potentially affected by school shootings.
Disaster Recovery: Examining the Relationship between Public Health Departments and the Nongovernmental Sector in Effective Disaster Recovery
This study examines how relationships between New York City¹s public health department and local, community based organizations led to better recovery after Superstorm Sandy.
This study will develop a socio-technical index of vulnerability to heat wave related illness and then estimate the reduction in mortality and morbidity communities may see from changes in public health and governmental policy.
Leave Early or Stay and Defend, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and the Public’s Response to Wildfire
In partnership with the US Forest Service, CPHD researchers are studying the health and social effects experienced by five communities one year after the Wallow Fire, Arizona¹s largest wildfire.
Building Effective Public Health CBO/FBO Partnerships for Disaster Readiness
This study sought to examine how local health departments (LHDs) create meaningful linkages with community-based organizations (CBOs) and faith-based organizations (FBOs) to enhance and strengthen disaster preparedness and response at the community level.
PM-PREP: Peer-Mentored Disaster Preparedness for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
CPHD faculty developed a disaster preparedness curriculum for adults who have developmental disabilities and live independently in the community.
ROAD-MAP: Resilient Older Adults in Disasters
A disaster preparedness curriculum and materials for older adults.
PREP--Programa Para Responder a Emergencias con Preparación
A disaster preparedness curriculum and materials designed for the underserved, Latino immigrant community in Los Angeles. Includes materials for promotores de salud to deliver the program in the community.