To what extent are the findings of research and demonstration projects incorporated into prevention practice, particularly by state and local health departments?
What is the appropriate balance between research supported by core center funding, special interest projects, and other research funding programs; between health promotion research and disease prevention research; and between basic research in health promotion and disease prevention and development of interventions?
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