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Due to COVID-19, the remaining April- July 2020 seminars are canceled. We will continue the 2020-2021 Seminar Series beginning in September.

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Resources and Guidance for Charitable Food Organizations During COVID-19 

2019 YRBS High School Data

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 FARE COVID-19 Food System Report

  

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Black Mental Health matters Image from Flyer YRBS Advisory Committee Member moderates "Black Mental Health Matters" by The City Club of Cleveland
On Tuesday, June 16th, The City Club of Cleveland hosted a forum called "Black Mental Health Matters". The session was moderated by Dr. Lisa Ramirez, Ph.D., ABPP, who is the Director of Community and Behavioral Health at the MetroHealth System and is a YRBS Advisory Committee Member at the Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods. Read More >>>
 

 
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Dr. Erika Trapl Trapl appointed Associate Director for Community Outreach and Engagement
Erika Trapl, PhD has been appointed Associate Director (AD) for Community Outreach and Engagement for the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center (Case CCC). This newly created role will oversee the broad interests and approaches taken by the Case CCC in all aspects of developing community-oriented engagements that have a goal of reducing the burden of cancer throughout our catchment area. 
Director Erika Trapl Erika S. Trapl, PhD named Director, Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods effective Feb. 1, 2020,
succeeding Founding Director, Elaine A. Borawski, PhD, whose vision led the Center in addressing chronic health issues faced in disadvantaged Greater Cleveland neighborhoods for more than 10 years. Dr. Trapl is associate professor in the Dept. of Population & Quantitative Health Sciences and Co-Leader of the Case CCC Cancer Prevention, Control & Population Research Program 
 
CPCRN logo Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network produces supplemental issue of Preventive Medicine highlighting disparities in cancer prevention and control
The CWRU CPCRN Center is led by Dr. Erika Trapl. One featured manuscript is co-authored by PRCHN Research Associate Dr. Sarah Koopman Gonzalez. 
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