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Supplement 4: PERRCs - Public Health Systems Research to Strengthen Preparedness and Response

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Public Health Reports is pleased to publish this October 2014 special supplement presenting the research generated by the PERRCs demonstrating the value of public health research that collectively advances our thinking and understanding of how to improve our public health system’s preparedness for and response to disasters. Funded by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), “Outcomes from the Federal Investment in Public Health Systems Research to Strengthen Preparedness and Response,”reflects a confluence of three disciplinary trends in the field: (1) the application of methods, frameworks, and analytical strategies from the evolving field of public health systems and services research (PHSSR) to the specialized practice domain of PHPR; (2) a move, generally, toward more rigorous study design within the field of public health emergency preparedness and response research; and (3) the influence of themes and analytical strategies from more established fields, such as social science-oriented disaster research, psychometrics, and operations research.

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November/December 2014 Supplement 4 0
Public Health Reports  
PERRCs: Early Returns on Investment in Evidence-Based Public Health Systems Research 1
Shoukat H. Qari, DVM, PhD / David M. Abramson, PhD, MPH / Jane A. Kushma, PhD / Paul K. Halverson, PhD  
Contributions of Academia to Public Health Preparedness Research 5
Rachel Eisenstein, MPH, CPH / John R. Finnegan, Jr., PhD / James W. Curran, MD, MPH  
PERRCs: Using a Public Health Systems Approach to Improve All-Hazards Preparedness and Response 8
Mary Leinhos, MS, PhD / Shoukat H. Qari, DVM, PhD / Milldred Williams-Johnson, PhD, DABT  
Effects of Performance Improvement Programs on Preparedness Capacities 19
Mary V. Davis, DrPH / Christine A. Bevc, PhD, MA / Anna P. Schenck, PhD, MSPH  
A Peer Assessment Approach for Learning from Public Health Emergencies 28
Rachel N. Piltch-Loeb / Christopher D. Nelson, PhD / John Kraemer, JD, MPH / Elena Savoia, MD, MPH / Michael A. Stoto, MA, PhD  
Institutional Facilitators and Barriers to Local Public Health Preparedness Planning for Vulnerable and At-Risk Populations 35
Christine A. Bevc, PhD, MA / Matthew C. Simon, MA, GISP / Tanya A. Montoya, MPH, MCHES / Jennifer A. Horney, PhD, MPH, CPH  
Changes in Immunization Program Managers’ Perceptions of Programs’ Functional Capabilities During and After Vaccine Shortages and pH1N1 42
Leah F. Moriarty, MPH / Saad B. Omer, MBBS, MPH, PhD / Katherine Seib, MSPH / Allison Chamberlain, MPH / Katelyn Wells, PhD / Ellen Whitney, MPH / Ruth Berkelman, MD / Robert A. Bednarczyk, PhD  
Media Use and Communication Inequalities in a Public Health Emergency 49
Leesa Lin, MSPH / Minsoo Jung, MPH, PhD / Rachel F. McCloud, MPH, ScD / Kasisomayajula Viswanath, PhD  
Communicating with the Workforce During Emergencies 61
Hilary N. Karasz, PhD, MA / Sharon Bogan, MPH / Lindsay Bosslet, MPH  
Health-Care Provider Preferences for Time-Sensitive Communications from Public Health Agencies 67
Debra Revere, MLIS, MA / Ian Painter, PhD / Mark Oberle, MD, MPH / Janet G. Baseman, PhD, MPH  
Reliability and Validity of the Assessment for Disaster Engagement with Partners Tool (ADEPT) for Local Health Departments 77
Deborah C. Glik, ScD / David P. Eisenman, MD, MSHS / Ian Donatello, MPH / Abdelmonem Afifi, PhD / Michael Stajura, MPP, MPH / Michael L. Prelip, DPA / Jitka Sammartinova, PhD, MPH / Andrea Martel, MEd  
The Engagement of Academic Institutions in Community Disaster Response 87
Anne L. Dunlop, MD, MPH / Kristi M. Logue, MS / Alexander P. Isakov, MD, MPH  
An Academic-Government-Faith Partnership to Build Disaster Mental Health Preparedness and Community Resilience 96
O. Lee McCabe, PhD / Natalie L. Semon, MSEd / Jeffrey M. Lating, PhD / George S. Everly, Jr., PhD / Charlene J. Perry, RN, CHEP / Suzanne Straub Moore, MEd / Adrian M. Mosley, MSW, LCSW-C / Carol B. Thompson, MS, MBA / Jonathan M. Links, PhD  
Correlates of Collaboration Between Local Health Departments and School Districts 107
Kimberley I. Shoaf, DrPH / Melissa M. Kelley, MS / Kaitlin O'Keefe, PhD, MPH / Katharine D. Arrington, MPH / Michael L. Prelip, DPA  
The Epidemiology and Surveillance Workforce Among Local Health Departments in California 114
Wayne T.A. Enanoria, MPH, PhD / Adam W. Crawley, MPH / Jennifer C. Hunter, DrPH / Jeannie Balido, BA / Tomas J. Aragon, MD, DrPH  
Translating Legal Research on Mental and Behavioral Health During Emergencies for the Public Health Workforce 123
Lainie Rutkow, JD, PhD, MPH / Jon S. Vernick, JD, MPH / Natalie L. Semon, MSEd / Artensie Flowers, PhD, MPH / Nicole A. Errett, MPH / Jonathan M. Links, PhD  
Improving Emergency Preparedness System Readiness through Simulation and Interprofessional Education 129
Jane Lindsay Miller, PhD / Joan H. Rambeck, MS, RN, CNP / Annamay Snyder, MPH  
Local Health Department Planning for a Radiological Emergency 136
F. Dalnoki-Veress, MSc, PhD / Chris McKallagat, MA / Amy Klebesadal, MA  
Systems Engineering Methods for Enhancing the Value Stream in Public Health Preparedness 145
Emine Yaylali, MS, PhD / Julie Simmons Ivy, MS, PhD / Javad Taheri, PhD, PE  
State-Level Legal Preparedness for Nuclear and Radiological Emergencies in the U.S. 154
Hasan Guclu, PhD, MS / Elizabeth Ferrell Bjerke, JD / Jared Galvan, MS / Patricia Sweeney, JD, MPH, RN / Margaret A. Potter, JD, MS  
The Effects of Funding Change and Reorganization on Patterns of Emergency Response in a Local Health Agency 166
Russell G. Schuh, EdD / Michelle Basque, MPH / Margaret A. Potter, JD, MS  
PERRC Acronym List 173
Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Centers  
 
 

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