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Indiana University Launches Phase One Projects For Statewide Addictions Initiative
Updated February 8, 2018 7:00 AM
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IU School of Nursing and Distinguished Professor Robin Newhouse. Photo by Liz Kaye, IU Communications

(BLOOMINGTON) - Indiana University School of Nursing Dean and Distinguished Professor Robin Newhouse has announced the Phase One projects of the Responding to the Addictions Crisis Grand Challenges initiative.

As part of IU's $50 million commitment to prevent, reduce and treat addictions in Indiana, initial pilot grants feature collaborative teams of faculty members, researchers, community organizations and cross-sector partners. Together, the projects will address all five focus areas of the statewide initiative: ground-level data collection and analysis; training and education; policy analysis and development; addictions science; and community and workforce development.



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