Population & Community Health Studies Pathway

Moving findings to action by facilitating the creation of actionable knowledge needed to inform effective programs, policies, and practices that can address the root causes of poor health outcomes in Wisconsin.


Propelling promising work and ideas in population and community health studies to establish evidence and build resources that can inform programs, policies, and practices to advance health equity in Wisconsin

Partnering for Change …

with public and community health professionals and Medical College of Wisconsin researchers

Creating Opportunities for Impact …

enabling our partners to develop promising practices by

  • Investing in grant awards that support multi-sector, multi-stakeholder collaborations that produce actionable knowledge
  • Connecting researchers and communities through programming that seeks solutions through collaboration
  • Influencing action by enabling our partners to develop the evidence and resources they need to develop measurable, replicable, and scalable approaches to Wisconsin’s complex health needs

Producing Outcomes for a Healthier Wisconsin …

by developing innovative research and discovery, translating and disseminating new knowledge, and developing effective programs, policies, and practices

OPEN Population & Community Health Studies FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

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Funded Project Profiles

See how AHW-funded population and community health studies are making an impact for health in Wisconsin


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Remembering the Lost: Using Data to Prevent Veteran Suicide

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Understanding and Addressing Health Disparities in Wisconsin

Building systems to measure, monitor, and identify solutions to reduce health disparities in Wisconsin

Clinical and Community Solutions to Lead-Free Children

Identifying children with elevated blood lead levels in Milwaukee

The Wisconsin Violence Prevention Project

Developing a statewide violence prevention program in Wisconsin

How Investigation of Military Suicides can Improve Prevention Resources

Understanding military-involved suicides to improve prevention in Wisconsin

Mammographic Quality in Wisconsin's Breast Cancer Disparities

Improving mammographic quality and breast cancer detection and survivorship to reduce Wisconsin's breast cancer disparities

Increasing Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care Settings

Improving access to mental health resources and services for Medicaid populations in Wisconsin


See more funded projects on our funded project database.

Contact US

For further information about this funding pathway, contact Yumari Ortiz at yortiz@mcw.edu.

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