Issue Briefs have been written based on several new SIRC research publications. These briefs summarize research information and importantly, how the research can inform policy in the topic area. Issue Briefs include best evidence from prevalence and health consequences research, and also describe promising policy solutions being tested.
At SIRC, we consider community and policymaker audiences critical to our objective of improving the information available to diverse stakeholders.
|Promoting Positive Youth Development and Health in a Racist Environment||sirc_youth_development_2021-final.pdf|
|Challenges of Childhood Asthma: Policies and Programs||sirc_childhood_asthma_issuebrief.pdf|
|Exposure to Violence Means Less Access to Care for Somali Women and Girls in Arizona||final_sirc_somali_women.pdf|
|Feeding Families Forum: Policies and Programs in Arizona||sirc_feeding_families.pdf|
|Preventing Diabetes in Arizona||sircs_diabetes_forum_policy_brief_-_v6.pdf|
|Importance of School Climate in Youth Obesity Prevention Programs||sirc_policy_brief_obesity_prevention.pdf|
|Effectiveness of Promotoras in Engaging Latino Parents||sirc_policy_brief_promotoras_engaging_latino_parents.pdf|
|Acculturation and Life Satisfaction among Mexican Immigrants||sirc_policy_brief_acculturation.pdf|
|Battling School Bullying||sirc_policy_brief_bullying.pdf|