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Health IMPACTS for Florida is a unique collaboration between the University of Florida and Florida State University to facilitate community-based clinical research and improve health throughout the state. For its initial research projects, Health IMPACTS for Florida is partnering with primary care practices in the Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Gainesville and Orlando areas.


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  • Health IMPACTS Partners with Statewide Network

    June 2014: Researchers receive $1.6 million to build a statewide network for improving health care for Floridians http://health-outcomes-policy.ufl.edu/2014/06/11/researchers-receive-1-6-million-to-build-a-statewide-network-for-improving-health-care-for-floridians/ http://www.med.fsu.edu/index.cfm?fuseaction=spotlight.viewArticle&usemenu=home&article=2086 http://newsroom.doh.state.fl.us/wp-content/uploads/newsroom/2014/06/060614-Research-Grants-Awarded-by-DOH.pdf

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