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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:

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 [...]

2018 RWJF-CCPH Award Honorable Mention: The Sunnyside Longevity Project – Building Community Capacity for a Beautiful Life

The people who are behind this inspiring project: Coral Evans, MBA, and Lisa Hardy, PhD The creators of the Sunnyside Longevity Project work to bring to light the lack of health equity and social justice among residents in Flagstaff, Arizona’s Sunnyside neighborhood. Their approach uses compiled data and actual stories from people that have been [...]

Community-campus Partnerships at the Endeleo Institute

The Endeleo (Endeleo is Swahili for progress, growth and development) Institute is a nonprofit 501c3, a member organization of Trinity United Church of Christ, one of the largest African-American churches in the City of Chicago. Endeleo provides services through the lens of health, education and community development, all of which overlap and contribute to the [...]

The Structural Inequalities Intensive coming to New Orleans, Louisiana, August 7-9, 2019!

Join us for the 3rd Annual Structural Inequalities Intensive hosted by CCPH in partnership with the Ashé Cultural Arts Center and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program.  The Structural Inequalities Intensive was launched In 2017 as a two-day intensive. That intensive was designed to provide individuals and communities with a historical understanding regarding [...]