Advance women’s health and well-being in the US South and beyond through applied, inter professional research and evaluation aimed at informing policy and practice.
Women and families are empowered to make informed choices, achieve their full health potential, and lead healthy lives.
- Conduct population-based research that informs women’s health programs, policy, and practice at the national, state, and local level.
- Advance the use of rigorous mixed-methods research activities to evaluate the impact of health programs, policies, and initiatives on women’s health outcomes.
- Mobilize existing capacity within ETSU and in regional partners to leverage external resources to support research related to women’s health.
- Provide training opportunities for students, junior faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and regional partners to develop or enhance their research skills and expertise in women’s health issues.