This five-day training institute provides participants with a thorough grounding in conducting dissemination and implementation research in health. The training is designed for investigators at any career stage interested in conducting D&I research.
The Office of Planning Research and Evaluation (OPRE) within the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) is offering a program to support doctoral student dissertation research on healthy marriage and responsible fatherhood policy issues.
The Harvard Family Research Project's new report highlights research findings on how young children use digital media, how their families engage with their media use, and how digital media affects child development.
The free 2013 National Behavioral Health Barometer "provides data about key indicators of behavioral health problems including rates of serious mental illness, suicidal thoughts, substance abuse, underage drinking, and the percentages of those who seek treatment for these disorders."
A new data report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation — "Early Reading Proficiency in the U.S." — finds that 80 percent of fourth-graders from low-income families and 66 percent of all fourth-graders in the U.S. are not reading at grade level.
The Ph.D. in Family Studies program prepares students to bring an interdisciplinary, critical lens to the analysis of challenges and issues that impact the well-being of families across the life course; conduct research, and become policy advocates.