ODP Updates Newsletter

ODP Updates is a quarterly newsletter to help connect you with the latest news from the Office, including upcoming events, funding opportunities, and evidence-based resources to help you conduct high-quality prevention research. Please share with your colleagues and send your feedback and suggestions to .


ESIL Q&A | Request for Information: ODP Strategic Plan | P2P Postpartum Health Draft Report

Spotlight on 2022 | Request for Information: Promoting Mental Wellness | New Rural Telehealth Publications

Using Implementation Science To Improve Clinical Preventive Services | The ODP Funds Intervention Research Supplements 

Call for Papers on Health Disparity Research Methods | Updated Prevention Research Expertise Survey

ESIL awardee Q&A | Addressing health disparities | New prevention science webinar series | Nutrition and cancer health workshop

New stepped wedge resource | Seeking volunteers for short website study | Draft report open for comment | Prevention research funding opportunities

Celebrating 35 years of putting prevention research first | ESIL nominations due soon | Submit comments on P2P workshop evidence review by 11/9 | Funding opportunities in tobacco regulatory science and multimorbidity research | Resources on Healthy People 2020 progress and using insufficient evidence findings

Updated Research Methods Resources website  |  Upcoming P2P workshop  |  ODP portfolio analysis  |  Funding in funding electronic nicotine delivery systems, impact of structural racism  |  Mental health data, sun safety evidence-based program resources

Ending structural racism in biomedical research and eliminating health disparities  |  The ODP’s 2021 Early-Stage Investigator Lectures  |  New FOAs in physical activity, tobacco regulatory science  |  Tobacco, health disparity, & physical activity resources for researchers

Introducing the ODP Updates newsletter!

Q&A with 2020 Early-Stage Investigator Lecture Awardee Dr. Julia Marcus  |  Pathways to Prevention (P2P) update  |  FOAs in multimorbidity, social and behavioral interventions  |  Tobacco regulatory research, physical activity, & infectious disease data resources for researchers