'Envolve Center for Health Behavior Change' Renamed '¸£ÀûÊÓÆµ Center for Health Transformation'
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The Envolve Center for Health Behavior Change, founded in 2015, has been renamed the ¸£ÀûÊÓÆµ Center for Health TransformationTM. Under its new name, the ¸£ÀûÊÓÆµ Center for Health Transformation plans to expand its reach, foster research collaborations, demonstrate thought leadership, and initiate innovative new programs. A partnership between ¸£ÀûÊÓÆµ, Washington University in St. Louis, and Duke University, the Center aims to advance health solutions to improve lives so that communities can thrive.
The partnership leverages academic research expertise and ¸£ÀûÊÓÆµ's industry resources to create and implement evidence-based innovations to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable populations across the country. The enterprise continues to advance thought leadership among community, corporate, academic, and healthcare organizations.
Researching a wide range of health-based topics ranging from unmet basic needs to diabetes management, the Center remains a community heath catalyst. By designing, implementing and evaluating evidence-based studies to uncover best practices, the Center motivates individuals to take action and make heathier choices. Wide-ranging health behavior research informs programs and services that reach our nation's most vulnerable families and communities.
As part of the name change, the ¸£ÀûÊÓÆµ Center for Health Transformation has launched aÌýÌýwith improved user accessibility and interactivity and dedicated social media accounts:
Visit the new ¸£ÀûÊÓÆµ Center for Health Transformation website to learn more about the research being done to improve lives so communities can thrive.