CCDH is involved in research across a wide range of disciplines focused on commercial determinants of health. Faculty members conduct research around the world, with a special focus on vulnerable populations. Some of CCDH's most recent research projects are listed below.
Eliminating Personal Immobility for Children (EPIC) in Africa aims to eliminate personal immobility for disabled children in sub-Saharan Africa.
Studying CDoH in Zambia
The main goal of this study is to define the availability, affordability, prevalence and patterns of consumption of such commercially produced products as energy-dense, highly processed foods and beverages high in saturated fats, trans fats, free sugar and salt (HFSS) among young adults in Zambia.
GLobal Observations and Views of Emergency Frontline Health Workers Survey in COVID-19 (GLOVES-19) aims to understand the practices and experiences of frontline healthcare workers during the current COVID-19 pandemic globally.
The Strengthening Ethical Review Capacity in Democratic Republic of Congo (SERC-DRC) project aims to strengthen ethics knowledge and reasoning skills, and enhance knowledge of IRB administration at KUSPH-IRB.
US-Mali Research Ethics Training Program
The US-Mali Research Ethics Training Program aims to strengthen research ethics education and research in Mali through an innovative model of sustainable capacity development to prepare the next generation of ethics researchers.
Estimating Road Crash Generated Disability
Estimating Road Crash Generated Disability is a one-year project with the World Bank’s Global Road Safety Facility (GRSF) with the goal of understanding the immediate and long-term health consequences of traumatic injuries in selected LMICs.