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Community Collaborative Research Targeting Populations with CVD

In what ways can researchers better collaborate with community representatives from populations with high prevalence / morbidity / mortality of cardiovascular disease (CVD) to enhance and sustain interventions and achieve improved health outcomes?

How can a combination of health behaviors and risk factors be used to conduct community-engaged research to prevent and treat CVD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)... more »

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Addressing Health Inequities through Nontraditional Partnerships

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Interventions to Eliminate Health Inequities

There is a need to identify effective interventions for heart, lung, blood, and sleep diseases that could have a transformative population level impact on health inequities if expanded at the national level.

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Reducing Disparities

NHLBI should continue to support prospective cohort studies, projects, and investigators that evaluate longitudinal outcomes in minority populations where longitudinal data are scarce and difficult to obtain. The resources generated remain invaluable and can be used to conduct crosscutting translational research (i.e. the Jackson Heart Study, Strong Heart Study, and others).

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HEALTH CARE DISPARITIES IN DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF COMMON SLEEP AND CIRCADIAN DISORDERS

There is evidence of a higher prevalence of sleep and circadian disorders in different ethnic groups. This is true for both adult and pediatric subjects. There is also evidence that minority populations in lower socioeconomic groups do not seek evaluation for sleep disorders as frequently as other segments of our population. There is also evidence that they are less adherent to treatments such as nasal CPAP for obstructive... more »

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Improving heart, lung, blood, sleep Health Outcomes for Minority and Underserved Men

What are the best strategies to improve implementation of evidence-based practices (EBP) to enhance effective health risk communication strategies among racial and ethnic minority males and underserved men?
Examples of several issues that need to be addressed are:
• Need for better definition of the role of families/communities in EBP (as co-therapists).
• Requires less system fragmentation
• Need for improved measurement,... more »

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Reducing Disparities

Given the dearth of information on cardiovascular, lung, and hematologic outcomes in minorities, NHLBI should develop strategic aims that promote evaluation of these outcomes and potential interactions with kidney disease that disproportionately affect minorities.

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Community Trials for Cardiovascular Health Enhancement

There is a need to initiate innovative community trials that are: theory-based; are integrated multi-component, multi-setting, and multi-level (i.e., they target individual, family, community, and built environment); engage community stakeholders; and use community-participatory research principles to enhance cardiovascular health (CVH) in vulnerable and diverse populations.

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Addressing Health Care Disparities Requires Pragmatic Research

Jumpstarting progress in eliminating health care disparities requires comparative effectiveness and implementation research (T3 and T4) regarding optimal strategies for ensuring health care equity in the real world. Ensuring minority and other socially disadvantaged groups receive and benefit from evidence-based interventions at the same rate as others requires pragmatic research that identifies and addresses barriers... more »

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Impact research related to obesity interventions in black and and other high-risk populations?

How can we increase high-impact obesity and CVD-related intervention research with black and other high risk populations. Specifically, how can the NHLBI and NIH process ensure the generation of more research on solutions to weight issues that is goal-oriented and population-focused, e.g., sets of studies designed to align with a coherent, population-focused research agenda with prioritized questions based on potential... more »

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