Dr. Danielle Swick received new funding from the North Carolina School-Based Health Alliance

Dr. Danielle Swick received new funding from the North Carolina School-Based Health Alliance for the project “An Analysis of RAAPS Data from North Carolina School-Based Health Centers.”

The purpose of this project is to develop an initial survey to assess the North Carolina School-Based Health Centers’ (SBHCs) current use of RAAPS and for those using RAAPS, use of risk assessment data for quality monitoring and program planning. For NC SBHCs that currently use the RAAPS, Dr. Swick will approach them to ask if they would be willing to share their de-identified RAAPS data with Dr. Swick on behalf of the NCSBHA in exchange for RAAPS data summaries by county and in aggregate form across counties. Swick will collect these data, summarize the data, and will create county level and state level summaries.

Original write up featured in Campus Weekly.

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