Current Research Projects

A list of some of our current research projects in the College of Public Health.

CHARM: CHARM is a research study that wants to find out how African American women smokers view tobacco products and their thoughts about using certain products to help them quit or reduce their smoking.

F R E S H : The F R E S H, Families Rising to Enforce Smoke-free Homes, research study is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Tobacco at the Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health. This research study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board at UAMS.

REJOICE: Everyone has to deal with stressful times. Sometimes dealing with hard times can cause you to feel down. REJOICE is a research study that wants to find out the best way to help people (1) recognize when they are feeling down and (2) learn skills that will help them deal with their mood.

Home Together: A project to provide homeless and near homeless pregnant women and mothers with young children access to behavioral health services.

Save AR Future: SARF is a prevention program to reduce health disparities by decreasing substance abuse, HIV, and related stigma impacting 18‐24-year-olds in Arkansas, particularly minority populations.

To add your public health research project here, please contact the COPH website manager.