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Systematic review shows economic benefits of Housing First programs are greater than the cost of the intervention, recent article in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice details results from the effectiveness review.
Community Health and Economic Prosperity: Engaging Businesses as Stewards and Stakeholders—A Report of the Surgeon General references CPSTF recommendations for community preventive services.
Register now to the attend the virtual CPSTF meeting. Topics will include physical activity, obesity, social determinants of health, and economic review methods.
Eight public health and clinical professionals have been appointed by the CDC Director to serve five-year terms on the CPSTF, starting in either 2021 or 2022.
Recent articles about The Community Guide highlight funding sources for evidence considered in systematic reviews and health department use of CPSTF recommendations.
Now available! An article in the Journal of Women’s Health outlines ways decision makers can use the CPSTF recommendation for interventions to prevent and reduce intimate partner and sexual violence among youth.
The new call to action includes evidence-based intervention approaches from The Community Guide.
A new blog post features the partnership between The Community Guide and Healthy People 2030 and shows how crosswalks between the sites can inform public health decision making.
Georgia College partnered with churches in nearby counties to improve the nutritional habits of more 600 residents.
You’re invited to join this web-based meeting! Discussion topics will include asthma, heart disease and stroke, and obesity and physical activity.
The CPSTF used a data-driven process that included consideration of Healthy People 2020 topics and input from multiple stakeholders to select nine priority topics that will guide their systematic reviews for the next five years.
A systematic review of economic evidence shows tailored pharmacy-based interventions to increase medication adherence are cost-effective for cardiovascular disease prevention.
The July issue of AJPM features CPSTF findings and systematic review evidence for four intervention approaches to increase the availability of healthier foods and beverages in schools.
The CPSTF recommends internet-based interventions to help adults stop using tobacco products.
Join the CPSTF for this web-based meeting! Discussion topics will include cardiovascular disease prevention and control, tobacco cessation, and health equity.