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“How HBCUs Can Serve the Black Community during COVID-19” Panel and Listening Sessions

HBCU Panel and Listening Session Series Historically Black Colleges and Universities have served the educational, cultural, social and public health needs of the Black community for over 100 years. The COVID-19 pandemic offers HBCUs a myriad of opportunities to identify and respond to the demands of Black people as trusted institutions for critical information and [...]

[I-TEAM] Unwrapping the Truth About COVID-19: Talking Prevention and Treatment with Loved Ones Over the Holidays

On December 15, 2020, the North Carolina Increasing Trustworthiness through Engaged Action and Mobilization (I-TEAM Project) hosted a webinar titled "Unwrapping the Truth About COVID-19: Conversations to Have with Your Family and Friends Over the Holidays". The recording is now available!  The NC I-TEAM is one of 11 state teams in the Community Engagement Research Alliance Against [...]

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health joins Duke Clinical Research Institute, UNC Center for Health Equity Research, and Partners in Receiving NIH Grant to Expand COVID-19 Testing

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health joins Duke Clinical Research Institute, UNC Center for Health Equity Research, and Partners in Receiving NIH Grant to Expand COVID-19 Testing This nationwide program aims to build innovative and sustainable solutions to expand test access and uptake in underserved and vulnerable communities. The Community-Campus Partnerships for Health lead is Al Richmond, [...]

Conversations with CCPH: “Help Us”

#NonStatement Last week, CCPH Staff members, Al Richmond and Paige Castro-Reyes, had an honest conversation with long-time CCPH partner and Board of Directors member, Dr. Rosemarie Hunter. This came after CCPH released a "non-statement" (pictured above) on the racial justice uprisings happening across the US and the globe. We invite you to watch [...]

Webinar Series Announcement! “Communities in Partnership: Ensuring Equity in the Time of COVID-19”

The importance of partnerships in crisis is front and center as we confront the global COVID-19 pandemic. Community-Campus Partnerships for Health and the UNC Center for Health Equity Research at the University for North Carolina at Chapel Hill have partnered to launch the webinar series, Communities in Partnership: Ensuring Equity in the Time of COVID-19. Join us each [...]

PODCAST: At The Forefront – Championing Health Equity through Community and Economic Development featuring Al Richmond and Tricia Piechowski

From the "At The Forefront" webpage:  On this episode of ‘At the Forefront’ I talk with Al Richmond and Tricia Piechowski about the 2020 Community-Campus Partnerships for Health International Conference on Health Equity and Economic Development to be held in Flint, Michigan on August 18-21, 2020   Listen here: https://at-the-forefront-with-drdeb.simplecast.com/episodes/at-the-forefront-championing-health-equity-through-community-and-economic-development-featuring-al-richmond-and-tricia-piechowski

Board Member Interview: Georgia Narsavage

Briefly, tell us about your professional work – including the communities you work with, experiences in higher education or a community-based organization. My professional work involving community-campus partnerships has been ongoing for decades.  I have been a University administrator, educator, researcher, and advanced practice nurse who works toward improving care for older patients with chronic [...]

Announcing: 2020 International Conference on Health Equity and Economic Development in Flint 

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) in partnership with Michigan State University (MSU) is excited to announce our 2020 International Conference. On August 19-21, 2020, you are invited to attend the 2020 International Conference: Advancing Health Equity through Community and Economic Development. This conference will be hosted by our partner the MSU College of Human Medicine’s Division of Public Health in Flint, Michigan. The conference [...]

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