PIRE Louisville Capabilities
- State and Local Partnerships: Coalition and community capacity-building, development, and systems change, research to practice partnerships, as well as evaluation of individual and community-based prevention and treatment interventions and community of practice approaches.
- Youth and Young Adult Tobacco and Substance Use: Research focuses on how environmental factors, including policy, regulation, marketing, and situational context, impact tobacco and substance use behaviors, as well as how policy, regulation and intervention can prevent use.
- Health Care Services and Systems Change: Research, Training, Education, and Evaluation of health care services and health care systems change for special populations such as Veterans, minorities, low SES, and women.
- International Health and Development: Research, Training, and Program Evaluation in Asia, Africa, Central and South America, and the Middle East.
- Comprehensive Responses to the Opioid Crisis: State and regional data collection, community drug take back evaluations, statewide networking, messaging development for parents and community experts, Naloxone and other harm-reduction approaches, CLAS standards/stigma, training and technical assistance, and policy work.
- State and Community Prevention Data Collection, Planning, and Evaluation: State or regional evaluator for SECAPT, SIG, SPF-SPE, SPF-PFS, DFC, CSAP, KIP, and SPF-Rx; collective impact approaches; training and technical assistance on comprehensive approaches to suicide prevention; cross-site multi-stakeholder law enforcement sentinel event reviews.