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One of CIIPEC’s activities in support of research projects is monitoring that all regulatory and ethical documents are enforced and updated in order to safeguard the wellbeing and protect the rights of all human subjects involved in research, specifically complying with regulations established by the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) of the United States Federal Government; as well as with local regulations of every institution and country involved.

CIIPEC has a solid group of researchers that, within a short time, have developed several projects on:

  • Epidemiologic surveillance: Diet and cardiovascular risk; child and adolescent body composition
  • Primary prevention: Pediatric cardiovascular health; mobile health for behavioral change
  • Secondary prevention: Primary care intervention model; diabetes control among Mayan populations

There are other important research areas for the region in which CIIPEC is interested and has the capacity to write grants and to implement proposals, as well as to seek funding sources in a short term. These are:

  • Design, implementation and assessment of public policies and programs
  • Early nutrition and DRCD risk in adulthood
  • Tertiary prevention
  • Maternal and child health and DRCD prevention

 For research sustainability, CIIPEC carries out the following activities:

  • Recruitment and retention of professionals that have completed doctorate studies by incorporating them to ongoing CIIPEC projects or to any academic institution of the Chronic Diseases Research Institutions Network [RIIEC, for its initials in Spanish] and providing them support in grant writing
  • Setting up of teams of researchers with common interests and relevant experience
  • Grant writing and active search for funding sources and opportunities
  • Publishing and dissemination of research studies results
  • Transfer of evidence and technology to direct users (i.e. decision makers)

One of the most important activities of CIIPEC to support research projects is monitoring that all regulatory and ethical documents are enforced in order to safeguard the wellbeing and protect the rights of all human subjects involved in research, specifically complying with regulations established by the US Federal Government through the Office of Human Subjects Research (OHSR), as well as with internal regulations of each institution and country involved.

 

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