The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing Center for Collaborative Intervention Research initiative is to advance health science by designing and testing effective health interventions.
The center acts as a catalyst to stimulate research alliances. Through start-up funding to three pilot studies each year and the provision of centralized resources, the center enhances the multidisciplinary network of the Johns Hopkins University Schools of Nursing, Public Health, and Medicine, and The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Funded by an NIH National Institute of Nursing Research Center Core grant, the center fosters multidisciplinary investigations and provides an environment for scientists to enhance collective productivity by building intellectual and physical resources.
The center's three primary functions: