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May 2022

New 2021 CPSTF Report to Congress

The report features CPSTF findings, evidence gaps, and priority topics from Fiscal Year 2021 and includes a spotlight on children’s mental health.

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May 2022

What Works to Prevent Excessive Alcohol Consumption

Printer-friendly and easy-to read, this summary of CPSTF findings is now available and ready to for you to use and share.

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May 2022

Did You Know?

New infographic features partner services interventions to increase HIV testing.

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May 2022
Nominations are open for new members of the Community Preventive Services Task Force.

Community Preventive Services Task Force Seeks New Members

Do you know a public health researcher or professional who should be a CPSTF member? Submit your nomination by June 24.

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April 2022

School-based Anti-bullying Interventions Reduce Violence and Improve Mental Health

Systematic review shows school-based interventions reduce bullying experiences and improve mental health among students.

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April 2022

CPSTF Recommends Park, Trail, and Greenway Infrastructure Interventions to Increase Physical Activity

CPSTF recommends park, trail, and greenway infrastructure interventions combined with additional interventions, such as structured programs or community awareness, to increase physical activity.

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April 2022

What Works to Prevent Skin Cancer

Printer-friendly and easy-to read, this summary of CPSTF findings is now available and ready to for you to use and share.

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March 2022

What Works to Promote Mental Health

Printer-friendly and easy-to read, this summary of CPSTF findings is now available and ready to for you to use and share.

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March 2022
A pharmacist discusses medication with a patient

New Publication Features Economic Evidence for Pharmacy-based Interventions

New publication features evidence showing tailored pharmacy-based interventions to increase medication adherence are cost-effective for cardiovascular disease prevention.

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March 2022
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Partner Services Interventions Increase HIV Testing and are Cost-effective

Evidence shows partner services interventions increase HIV testing and are cost-effective.

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March 2022
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CPSTF Recommendations Relevant for COVID-19 Pandemic

A new page features CPSTF recommendations that could help public health practitioners and decision makers address public health issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts.

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March 2022
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New Publication Features Economic Benefits of Housing First Programs

New publication outlines systematic review evidence showing economic benefits of Housing First programs are greater than the cost of the intervention.

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February 2022
A No Smoking sign sits on a table at an outdoor café.

What Works to Reduce Tobacco Use

Printer-friendly and easy-to read, this summary of CPSTF findings is now available and ready to for you to use and share.

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February 2022
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New Publication Features Primary Prevention Interventions to Reduce Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Violence Among Youth

New article in AJPM features systematic review evidence for the CPSTF recommendation for primary prevention interventions to prevent or reduce intimate partner violence and sexual violence among youth.

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February 2022
A mobile phone sits on a table near fruits and vegetables.

CPSTF Recommends Digital Health Interventions to Increase Healthy Eating and Physical Activity

CPSTF recommends digital health and telephone interventions to increase healthy eating and physical activity among adults in community settings, at worksites, and at institutions of higher education.

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