CDC Research Fellowships on the Prevention of Multiple Forms of Violence

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Monday, 7 August 2023

Two (2) ORISE CDC Research Fellowships on the Prevention of Multiple Forms of Violence (CDC-NCIPC-2023-0146) are currently available with the Division of Violence Prevention (DVP), Research and Evaluation Branch (REB), within the Nation Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC), at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) located in Atlanta, Georgia.

With support from DVP/REB subject matter experts, two (2) ORISE fellows may be asked to:

  1. Assist in the advancement of The Cardiff Violence Prevention Model National Network, including an expansion of the partnership to additional U.S. cities
  2. Expand technical assistance and training provided to members of The Cardiff Violence Prevention Model National Network
  3. Conduct a multi-site process evaluation to examine real-world implementation of The Cardiff Violence Prevention Model
  4. Conduct a scoping literature review examining and summarizing the evidence base for economic support policies for the prevention of multiple forms of violence
  5. Contribute to the development of a rigorous evaluation plan for one or more economic support policies to examine their impact on the prevention of violence
  6. Support CDC-funded research studies evaluating interventions to prevent youth- or adult-perpetrated child sexual abuse
  7. Conduct reviews and identify existing gaps and opportunities in the published research literature, and leverage existing data sources on child sexual abuse (e.g., commercial sexual exploitation of children) prevention 
  8. Analyze, publish, and disseminate research to increase understanding of the risk and protective factors for child sexual abuse perpetration and victimization

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