IQ Solutions Wins National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Research Translation and Dissemination for Adolescents Contract

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NIDA-Research Dissemination Contract Win

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The National Institutes of Health recently awarded the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Research Translation and Dissemination for Adolescents contract to IQ Solutions to provide communications, technology, outreach, and promotional support to the Institute. This 2-year contract continues of our long-standing support of NIDA.

NIDA’s mission is to lead the nation in bringing to bear the power of science on drug abuse and addiction. The Institute achieves this through conducting research across a broad range of disciplines. NIDA ensures the rapid and effective dissemination of research to improve prevention and treatment significantly and to inform policy related to drug abuse and addiction.

The goal of the Research Translation and Dissemination for Adolescents contract is to make the NIDA for Teens website the go-to resource for teens and teachers seeking accurate, fact-based, updated, and engaging materials on the effects of drug use.

“We are thrilled to continue our work with NIDA,” said Ileana Quintas, CEO and founder of IQ Solutions. “We recognize the Institute’s critical role in providing valuable resources to help reduce the pain and suffering of those affected by drug abuse. Supporting NIDA in this important mission has been a significant part of our work for nearly 20 years.”

IQ Solutions is a full-service company focused on innovative health education and communications supported by evidence-based research and advanced information technology. We are now in our 24th year of our commitment to public health. For more information on how IQ Solutions can support your organization’s goals with our award-winning knowledge and practice base in public health, please contact Julie Hentz, director of social issue marketing, by email at Jhentz@iqsolutions.com or by phone at 240–514–1104.

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