Kentucky Public Health Research Network (KPHReN)

Grants and Contracts Details


The Kentucky Public Health Research Network, K-PHReN, is one of the first public health practice- based research networks (PBRN) in the United States. K-PHReN was developed to give public health practitioners the opportunity to collaborate with researchers in designing, implementing, and disseminating solutions to real- world problems in public health practice. Historically, dialog between public health practitioners and researchers has been limited, and many public health research efforts have not been relevant in the practice setting. K-PHReN allows the public health practice community to identify practice- relevant questions and work alongside researchers in producing results that are relevant, externally valid, and readily assimilated into public health settings.
Effective start/end date12/15/0812/15/10


  • KY Public Health Association: $80,356.00


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