Research Collaborations

To extend the reach of advocacy training to a broader community audience, SIRC now offers web-based training materials. The Citizen and Community Advocacy training enables community health leaders to translate health research findings into policy change and enhancements in community well-being. Here we provide tools and support community health leaders for citizen and voter engagement and public policy advocacy.

Culturally-Grounded HIV Prevention for MSM

Principal Investigator: Scott Rhodes

SIRC Collaborators: Flavio F. Marsiglia

Funding: North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, award 02520-09.

Principal Investigator: Scott K. Okamoto

SIRC Collaborators: Stephen Kulis and Patricia Dustman

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Drug Abuse, award K01DA019884 &  R34 DA031306 (2011-2013)

A curriculum development and feasibility study to create and pilot test a culturally grounded substance use prevention intervention for rural native Hawaiian middle school youth.

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Principal Investigator: Kim Arcoleo

SIRC Collaborators: Flavio F. Marsiglia

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, award R01AT005216 (2009-2013)

Principal Investigator: Bern Mellnyk

SIRC Collaborators: Flavio F. Marsiglia

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Nursing Research, award R01 1NR012171 (2009-2013)