DATA AND FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES IN YOUTH VIOLENCE RESEARCH

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DATA AND FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES IN YOUTH VIOLENCE RESEARCH. ROBERT NASH PARKER PRESLEY CENTER UC RIVERSIDE. SUPPORT FOR RESEARCH IN YOUTH VIOLENCE. EXISTS! CAN BE OBTAINED, BUT: COMPETATIVE MANY SOURCES, MANY PRIORITIES CAN NOT BE FUNDED IF YOU DO NOT APPLY GET USED TO REJECTION!. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • DATA AND FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES IN YOUTH VIOLENCE RESEARCHROBERT NASH PARKERPRESLEY CENTERUC RIVERSIDE

  • SUPPORT FOR RESEARCH IN YOUTH VIOLENCEEXISTS!CAN BE OBTAINED, BUT:COMPETATIVEMANY SOURCES, MANY PRIORITIESCAN NOT BE FUNDED IF YOU DO NOT APPLYGET USED TO REJECTION!

  • TYPES OF FUNDINGDISSERTATION SUPPORTMOST IMPORTANT FOR OUR PURPOSESMOST IMPORTANT FOR YOUR PURPOSESPOST DOCTORAL SUPPORT

  • DISSERTATION SUPPORTCENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTIONFOCUS ON VIOLENCE AND INJURYFOCUS ON MINORITY COMMUNITIES24 PROJECTS @ 35,000 PER IN 2008URL: www.grants.gov: search on dissertation and sub agency CDC (2 lines)

  • DISSERTATION SUPPORTNATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATIONPROGRAMS IN SOCIOLOGY, LAW AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, POLITICAL SCIENCE; DECISION MAKING, RISK & MANAGEMENT; ECONOMICSLIMITED TO RESEARCH EXPENSES, EXCLUDES STIPEND FOR INVESTIGATOR (THATS YOU!!)PERFECT FOR DATA COLLECTION (Surveys; experiments)URLS: WWW.NSF.GOV; http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2001/nsf01113/nsf01113.htm

  • DISSERTATION SUPPORTNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICEFOCUS ON CRIME AND CRIME POLICY:POLICING; JUSTICE SYSTEMS; CORRECTIONS; COURTS; OFFENDER TREATMENT; CRIME PREVENTION; VIOLENCE AND VICTIMIZATION; ALCOHOL DRUGS & CRIME;TERRORISM; EVALUATION TECHNIQUESDISSERTATION CHAIR SUPPORT?? AWARDS @25,000 PER IN 2010 (gave 23 in 2007-2009)NEXT DEADLINE (4/2/11)URLS: WWW.OJP.USDOJ.GOV/NIJ; http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/sl000918.pdf

  • DISSERTATION SUPPORTNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTHMENTAL HEALTH DISSERTATION RESEARCH GRANTS TO INCREASE DIVERSITY IN THE MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH ARENA (R36)FOCUS ON MENTAL HEALTH RELATED VIOLENCE RESEARCHUNDERREPRESENTED MINORITY AS DEFINED BY YOUR UNIVERSITY/ DIABILITY/DISADVANTAGED BACKGROUND (POVERTY)35,000 PER YEAR for 2 YEAR PROJECT, INCLUDING STIPEND FOR PI (YOU); DUE 12/??/10; 3 deadlines per year: 4/11; 8/11URLS: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-06-217.html

  • National Institutes of HealthResearch Supplements to Promote Diversity in Health-Related ResearchAny PI who has any type of grant from any NIH agency can apply for supplemental funds for pre-doctoral, dissertation, or post-doctoral support for under represented group membersUnderrepresented; disabled; disadvantaged (poverty)URL: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-08-190.html

  • DISSERTATION SUPPORTHARRY FRANK GUGGENHEIM FOUNDATIONFOCUS ON VIOLENCE AND AGGRESSION; POLICY FOCUS10+ AWARDS @15,000 PER YEAR IN 2008; APPLY TO SUPPORT FINAL YEAR OF DISSERTATION TO INSURE COMPLETION; DUE 2/1/11TO SUPPORT WRITING; DATA COLLECTION SHOULD BE COMPLETED; CAN BE COMBINED WITH OTHER FUNDINGURL: WWW.HFG.ORG/DF/PRINT.HTM

  • POSTDOCTORAL SUPPORTNIH: INDIVIDUAL POST DOC (F32)NIH: SUPPLEMENTS FOR UNDERREPRESENTED POST DOCSTIED TO EXISTING NIH GRANTNIH: INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING GRANTS (T32)URL: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-09-229.html

  • Robert Wood Johnson FoundationHealth and Society Scholars Programconnections among biological, genetic, behavioral, environmental, economic and social determinants of health; and develop, evaluate and disseminate knowledge and interventions that integrate and act on these determinants to improve health. Post Doctoral funding, 2 year program; 89,000 per year; Columbia; UCSF/UCB; Harvard; UPENN; Michigan; Wisconsin (Bruce Link,ACE at Columbia)http://www.rwjf.org/applications/solicited/cfp.jsp?ID=20241

  • NOW THAT YOUR FUNDED, WHAT TO DO?OBVIOUSLY YOU ALREADY TOLD THE AGENCY WHAT YOU INTENDYOU CAN COLLECT YOUR OWN DATA, BUT:COSTPROBLEMSACCESSCHANGING ADMINISTRATIONS

  • USE A NATIONALDATA SETUSE SOME ONE ELSE'S DATAALREADY COLLECTEDCOSTS USUALLY MINIMUMCAN ACTUALLY GET THE DATA IN TIME TO DO THE PROJECTACCESS TO REPRESENTATIVE NATIONAL SAMPLESOVER-SAMPLES OF MINORITIES

  • WHAT IS AVAILABLE FOR YOUTH VIOLENCE?CDC Youth Risk Behavior SurveysFBI UCR Supplemental Homicide ReportCensus Data 2000: Neighborhood Change Data BaseADDHealth SurveyMonitoring the Future SurveyNLSY

  • CDC YOUTH RISK BEHAVIOR SURVEYS2009 SAMPLE SIZE: 16,410 (71%)POPULATION: IN SCHOOL, 12-18; 42 state samplesVIOLENCE INDICATORS:WEAPONS (CARRY & THREATENED BY); IN FIGHTS & INJURIES FROM FIGHTS; HURT BY BOYFRIEND; FORCED SEX; SCHOOL VIOLENCESPECIAL FEATURES: OVER-SAMPLING AFRICAN AMERICANS & LATINOSURL: WWW.CDC.GOV/HEALTHYYOUTH/YRBS/INDEX.HTM

  • FBI SUPPLEMENTAL HOMICIDE REPORTSAMPLE SIZE: EVERY HOMICIDE IN A CALENDAR YEAR (2008 latest available)POPULATION: ALL HOMICIDE VICTIMSVIOLENCE INDICATORS:AGE (10.7% 18 or under); GENDER;RACE;ETHNICITY (VICTIM/OFFENDER-IF KNOWN); WEAPON; PRIOR RELATIONSHIP; CIRCUMSTANCE; ADDITIONAL VICTIM/OFFENDERSURL: http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/ICPSR/studies/27650?archive=ICPSR&q=supplementary+homicide

  • US CENSUS: NCDBSAMPLE: ENTIRE US; LONG FROM DATA FROM 2000 CENSUS; 1970;1980;1990POPULATION: STATES; COUNTIES; MSA; PMSA: ALL BY CENSUS TRACKSSPECIAL FEATURES:SOFTWARE WITH MAPS; DBF FUNCTION; RADIUS SAMPLING; cost: $1595.00URL: http://www.geolytics.com/USCensus,Demographic-Changes-America-1990-2000,Products.asp

  • ADD HEALTH LONGITUDINAL DATASAMPLE: 15,701 (80% of Wave 1); 2008POPULATION: GRADES 7-12, 1994VIOLENCE INDICTORS:WEAPON USE/THREATS; GANG MEMBERSHIP; FIGHTS, VICTIM/OFFENDER; INJURIES FROM VIOLENCEWave 4 has GIS; Bio and Genetic dataSPECIAL FEATURES: RESTRICTED USE SAMPLE-$800.00; 100.00 for wave 4; OVER-SAMPLED AFRICAN AMERICANS; COUPLES SAMPLE; ALLOW EXTRA TIME TO GET ACCESS!!!!URL: http://www.cpc.unc.edu/projects/addhealth

  • MONITORING THE FUTURESAMPLE: 3 SURVEYS, 8TH (15500 IN 150 SCHOOLS); 10TH, 16300 IN 140; 12TH, 14300 IN 133POPULATION: IN SCHOOL 13-18VIOLENCE INDICATORS:VICTIMIZATION; WEAPONS CARRYING AND USE; FIGHTING, GANG FIGHT, HIT SUPERVISORSPECIAL FEATURES: ANNUAL; TRENDS ANALYSIS, MERGE YEARS FOR RARE INCIDENTS; BEAU COUP DRUG/ALCOHOL MEASURESURL: www.monitoringthefuture.org

  • National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY)Sample: 9000 males and females aged 12-16 in 1996; now 12 rounds (annual) have been completed (2008)Violence Measures: gang, gun, arrests, self report crime; drug and alcohol useSpecial features: Conducted by BLSlots of job, income, work related variablesURL: http://www.bls.gov/nls/nlsy97.htm

  • IN CONCLUSIONPERSISTENCE, PERSISTENCE, PERSISTENCE!

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