KDH Research & Communication is happy to announce the launch of Project PENCIL. Project PENCIL: Providing easy-to-follow information for parents and teachers to help children with chronic illnesses succeed academically and socially.
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November 2015 — KDHRC acknowledged for outstanding public health training materials by the American Public Health Association KDHRC receives award […]
October 2015 — The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities funds KDHRC to develop and evaluate a program […]
August 2015 — The SecuRx website receives a Digital Health AwardSM SecuRx, an online training and information resource to help middle and […]
July 2015 — KDHRC researcher presents at national community health worker conference KDHRC research associate, Rosa Steen, presented at the 13th annual […]
July 2015 — KDHRC researcher speaks at regional oral health summit KDHRC research associate, Nicole Wanty, participated in a panel […]
June 2015 — KDHRC announces location of new corporate headquarters KDH Research & Communication (KDHRC) is pleased to announce the […]
May 2015 — KDHRC program receives award from the Institute for Healthcare Advancement (IHA) En Familia: Families Partnering for Health […]
April 2015 — KDHRC researchers present at the Society for Public Health Education’s annual meeting KDHRC research associates, Nicole I. Wanty […]