CORE's Rigorous Reproductive Health Research
Rigorous reproductive health research is more critical than ever.
The Collaborative for Reproductive Equity (CORE) is a multidisciplinary research center at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. CORE conducts and shares rigorous, policy relevant research to support reproductive health, equity, and autonomy in Wisconsin and beyond, and strives to align our work with a reproductive justice framework.
CORE is organized around five intersecting Hubs that provide the infrastructure needed to achieve CORE’s research and dissemination goals.
CORE Community Connections
CORE works closely with a network of organizations and local leaders to ensure that our work is relevant to those most impacted by reproductive health inequities and policy changes. CORE collaborates with community-based organizations, advocacy organizations, public health departments, and healthcare providers. Many of our partners serve individual Wisconsin residents and families across the state who access reproductive health services and information.
CORE staff also serve on state and local coalitions and committees in support of reproductive health, rights, and justice.
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Following are specific definitions of CORE critical values: