NAHIC researchers led a review of national reports on adolescent health published over the past decade and created report that serves as a collective assessment of the state-of-the-art science and a resulting national research agenda for adolescent health. Published in 2000, this report remains one of the sites most “popular” downloads.
The report presents the following:
- critical research questions in adolescent health
- strategies for addressing these questions, in terms of appropriate research methods, tools, skills and resources
- synthesis of cross-cutting themes in the research recommendations and
- a case for a national research agenda for adolescent health.