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Administrative Supplements for Research on Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) Populations (Admin Supp)

| Community and Family Health Funding, Health Policy and Management Funding

Keyword Sexually Transmitted Diseases Reproductive Biology Health Services Delivery Reproductive Disorders Sexuality and Sex Roles Behavioral Medicine Homosexual, Female Homosexual, Male Reproductive Health Services Social Medicine Reproductive Physiology Minority Health Disease Prevention Sponsor Sponsor United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) National Institutes of Health (NIH) Amount Upper $100,000 USD The NIH Office of […]

R40 MCH Secondary Data Analysis Research (SDAR)

| Community and Family Health Funding

 Keyword Health Services Delivery Data Management or Analysis (Medical) Women’s Health Children (Patients) Child or Maternal Health Health and Medicine Pediatrics Sponsor Sponsor United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) Amount Upper $100,000 USD Approximately 10 grants will be made. Subject […]

Annual Flu Shot Day hosted by the College of Public Health

Public Health hosts free flu shot drive on October 21

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On Friday, October 21, the University of South Florida College of Public Health hosts the 16th Annual Free Flu Shot Drive. The event is from 8am-4pm, while supplies last. The college is located at 13201 Bruce B. Downs Blvd., Tampa, Florida. Click here for a map and directions. The free flu shot drive is a […]

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Views of women and acceptance of ‘rape myths’ lead to higher rates of sexual coercion by male athletes

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New research led by the University of South Florida College of Public Health finds the prevalence of sexual coercion by athletes is higher than that by non-athletes due to a difference in attitudes toward women. The study, “Sexual Coercion Practices among Undergraduate Male Recreational Athletes, Intercollegiate Athletes, and Non-Athletes,” is published in the journal Violence […]