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The Sociobehavioral and Prevention Research Core (SPRC) supports interdisciplinary research among social, behavioral and clinical scientists and supports HIV prevention research. SPRC provides technical assistance to CFAR investigators, organizes forums for interdisciplinary research community development, and enhances collaborations between researchers (including addictions, substance use, and mental health research).
SPRC also works on Community Outreach both locally and internationally. Locally, the Community Action Board (CAB) is pursuing community-based research priorities and translational research opportunities. SPRC also works closely with Public Health-Seattle & King County to stimulate collaborative research projects and evidence-based policy development. The SPRC works with the International Core to identify collaborative research and translational research opportunities, as well as with the University of Nairobi Center for HIV Prevention and Research (UNCHIVPR) on translational research for HIV prevention.
In addition to its Services, the SPRC provides ongoing mentorship and educational opportunities for social and behavioral scientists in the area of HIV/AIDS. Some of the SPRC's activities are listed below:
The SPRC holds a series of sociobehavioral research methodology workshops throughout the year. Past topics include Depression Measurement in HIV Research, Mathematical Modeling, and topics in Qualitative Research Methods. Details may be found on the CFAR event calendar.
The SPRC Sponsors periodic research seminars, featuring sociobehavioral researchers. Details may be found on the CFAR event calendar.
SPRC Lunch Box Series with Public Health-Seattle & King County
The SPRC presents bimonthly lunch box speakers with the HIV/AIDS Program of Public Health-Seattle & King County. These are held in the PHSKC offices at the Chinook Building and bring together research and public health practice. The lunch box presentation occurs on the 4th Tuesday, 12pm-1pm, bimonthly. Details about the presentations may be found on the CFAR event calendar.