The PRCHN develops and maintains many research and non-research reports and publications.
The Behavior Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey and the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) are two examples of surveillance research conducted at the PRCHN. Developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), these comprehensive health behavior surveys allow for the collection of standardized and detailed information on various health indicators, one for adults in our region (BRFSS), the other for youth (YRBS). As a scientific academic center housed in the CWRU School of Medicine, our faculty and affiliated faculty publish research articles in relevant journals and peer-reviewed publications, and also give presentations at academic and scientific meetings around the country.
As for non-scientific publications, the PRCHN publishes a monthly e-newsletter and press information sheets about our various projects.
See the navigation bar at left or the links below for more about any of our research or non-research publications.