Videos & Webinar Recordings

Below are a collection of videos produced by Evidence for Action (E4A) that highlight both programmatic activities, how to apply for E4A funding, and results and insights from E4A funded research projects.

Program Videos

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Dr. Janice Johnson Dias moderates a fireside chat on racial justice and health equity research - what the barriers are to achieving racial justice and equity through research and in research, as well as some of the potential solutions - with guest speakers Dr. Thomas LaVeist of the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Dr. Assata-Nicole Richards of the Sankofa Research Institute, and Dr. George Ayala of the Alameda County Department of Public Health. The fireside chat is followed by speaker responses to participant comments and questions. English (U.S.) subtitles.

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Natalie DiRocco, E4A's Strategic Initiative Manager, leads a guided tour of the E4A website and demonstrates how to navigate the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Application & Review system to submit an application. 

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In this webinar, speakers introduced participants to E4A and RWJF; provided an overview of the funding opportunity, application process, and eligibility and selection criteria; offered insights into the types of research projects that may be a good fit; and answered participant questions. Download the slides. Download the Q&A from the webinarRead the transcript

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The Evidence for Action (E4A) communications manager, Steph Chernitskiy (she/her) provides an overview of the E4A Dissemination Strategy Template. The template can be used to develop a plan for disseminating research findings to selected audiences. It is also completed by E4A applicants when submitting a full proposal. Steph provides an overview of each component of the template, walks individuals through completing the template with examples, and shares insights around implementing the strategy.


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Recording of the Ways of Knowing Symposia Kickoff, a hybrid event recorded on March 7th in New Orleans, LA.

Grantee Webinar Recordings

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Speakers discuss their research on the relationship between state domestic violence-related firearm laws and rates of intimate partner homicide across all 50 states from 1991-2015. State laws prohibiting individuals subject to domestic violence-related restraining orders from possessing firearms and requiring them to relinquish firearms already in their possession resulted in lower firearm-related intimate partner homicide rates. To be effective in protecting public safety, policy makers should ensure their state laws include enforcement provisions to guarantee that people prohibited from possessing firearms do not have access to weapons.

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