Taking the public’s pulse on current child health issues
The C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health measures the public’s opinions, perceptions, and priorities regarding today’s most important child health issues and trends. Findings from the National Poll on Children’s Health reflect the attitudes and perspectives of people from across the country – from all types of communities and groups. These findings inform new policy initiatives and research on important concerns facing kids today. At MottNPCH.org, you can search and browse over 80 NPCH Reports, suggest topics for future polls, share your opinion in a quick poll, and view information on popular topics. Read more
Michigan Child Health Research Priorities (M-CHRP)
The Michigan Child Health Research Priorities (M-CHRP) project is a novel research and communication initiative based at the University of Michigan. M-CHRP is designed to inform and stimulate public engagement in the state of Michigan around child health research. Read the initial report.