To build the evidence for public health law and policy, and translate research findings into practical tools that policy-makers, public health practitioners, and leaders in other fields and venues can use to increase the support for and use of law to improve and protect health.
- $75,000.00 awarded to Georgetown University - Assessing the success of the District of Columbia's vaccination mandate for human papillomavirus and its acceptance by parents
- $75,000.00 awarded to Texas State University School of Health Administration - Assessing the effectiveness at the municipal level of prohibiting the use of hand-held cell phones while driving in school zones
- $147,869.00 awarded to University of Georgia Research Foundation Inc. - Using LawAtlas and patient-level data to evaluate the impact of state opioid regulation on pain management for Medicare patients
- $49,936.00 awarded to Houston Advanced Research Center - Expanding the Law Mapping: Health Issues in Oil and Gas Development project on LawAtlas to additional states
- $149,401.00 awarded to Brigham and Women's Hospital - Studying the impact on public health of variations among states in laws regulating substitution of generic for brand-name drugs