WPHRN Brief: Updating the Priority Research Questions

In 2011, the WPHRN created a list of 75 priority research questions, grouped in seven categories. The priority research questions are used to guide researchers and practitioners to conduct public health research in areas that are relevant and important to public health practice in Wisconsin. The priority research questions are also used by the WPHRN Steering Committee as one factor to consider when making decisions about research projects the network will support or endorse.

Brief can be found here.