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For updated information on EBPH Resources and Training, please go to

The purpose of this site is to provide

public health professionals and

decision-makers with resources and tools

to make evidence-based public health practice (EBPH) accessible and realistic.

Our Work

Since 1995, the Prevention Research Center in St. Louis has worked to build capacity for EBPH practice by sponsoring courses in EBPH at local, state, national and international sites. 

Why EBPH Matters?

How Health Departments Can Support Evidence-Based Practice

This new report, based on a PRC study, summarizes how health departments can support evidence-based practice.

Using an evidence-based public health approach is Using an EBPH approach is necessary to effectivly impact health outcomes. Many public health agencies are now required to utilize and EBPH approach to qualify for various funding opportunities and for public health accreditation processes.

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