May 9, 2022
PIDS was one of 20 organizations to sign on to the Council of Pediatric Subspecialties (CoPS) policy brief concerning Legislative Priorities for Developing the Next Generation of Diverse Child Health Researchers.
Investing in child and adolescent health research, conducted by diverse researchers, benefits individual children and their lifelong health, their families, communities, and the overall economic, educational, and general health of our nation. Policies and programs are urgently needed to create and enhance career pathways for child and adolescent health researchers and to increase diversity in this research workforce.
Access the full policy brief here, including the legislative priorities, or view the images below.