Improving Children’s Health in Diverse Communities
This 4-year project will identify and recruit 176 low-income, immigrant families living in homes with environmental hazards. Environment assessment, remediation, and educational interventions will be conducted. In addition, training and technical assistance will be provided to 75 institutional partners, 500 first time home buyers and 75 housing activists. Evaluation of the impact of remediation and educational interventions on health, behavior, exposure, and safety outcomes will be conducted.
Dr. Stephanie Chalupka and Dr. David Turcotte, Co-Principal Investigators
Funded by: United States Department of Housing and Urban Development. Award: $897,000.00
This three year initiative will increase the number of masters prepared nurses with the knowledge and competencies to assume the role of nurse faculty at nursing education programs throughout the greater Worcester community. This project is closely aligned with the goals of the Fairlawn Foundation by providing a project that is a) dedicated to improving the health care of the Worcester area by educating and training the local nursing workforce; and b) increasing the capacity of nursing programs to address the shortfall of highly trained nursing faculty.
Dr. Stephanie Chalupka, Principal Investigator
Funded by: Fairlawn Foundation/Greater Worcester Community Foundation Award: $112,000
Nursing Department Worcester State University 486 Chandler Street Worcester, MA 01602 Ghosh Center for Science and Technology Room 222
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