Studies may be multidisciplinary; may focus on the organization, population, community, family, or individual; and may cover a wide range of chronic or acute diseases or health issues across the lifespan. HDM also reviews studies which propose the development of new biostatistical approaches or new uses of existing methodologies relevant to behavioral and social science research.
- Biomedical Computing and Health Informatics Study Section BCHI
- Community Influences on Health Behavior Study Section CIHB
- Community-Level Health Promotion Study Section CLHP
- Clinical Management of Patients in Community-based settings Study Section CMPC
- Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health Study Section DIRH
- Health Disparities and Equity Promotion Study Section HDEP
- Health Services Organization and Delivery Study Section HSOD
- Nursing and Related Clinical Sciences Study Section NRCS
- Small Business: Health Informatics Special Emphasis Panel HDM (11)
- Societal and Ethical Issues in Research ZRG1 SEIR
Broad Areas Reviewed
- Broad areas reviewed within the HDM IRG include (but are not limited to) studies of comparative effectiveness; the organization, delivery and financing of health care;
- dissemination of evidence based practice into policy or the delivery of health care; interventions to address health disparities and equitable access to health care;
- bioinformatics and information management systems; nursing science and clinical practice; ethical issues in clinical care and research;
- community, sociocultural or environmental influences on health and health care; and the effectiveness of behavioral interventions carried out in community settings such as schools or the workplace.