CCPH Key Initiatives

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Partnership in Action

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health believes in the transformative power of partnerships.  Our key initiatives are innovative and collaborative programs that advance health equity and social justice.

Clinical Scholars

Clinical Scholars is a new national leadership development program that prepares health care providers to build an inclusive society where health is a guiding value and all people live longer, healthier lives.

Partners

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill serves as the national office for the the Clinical Scholars program. The program is supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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Leadership Award for Health Equity

The CCPH-RWJF Leadership Award for Health Equity recognizes the power and potential of community-campus partnerships successfully using systems and policy change needed to overcome the root causes of health inequity.

Partners

The RWJF-CCPH Leadership Award for Health Equity is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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Dismantling Structural Inequalities

In 2017, CCPH launched “Structural Inequalities: An On the Ground View”, which is a two-day experience. This intensive is designed to provide individuals and communities with a historic understanding regarding structural inequality and skills needed to work in partnerships to address these issues.

Partners

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program, housed at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, is our partner for this initiative.

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Patient Engagement: Enhancing Culturally Appropriate Research (ECAR)

Aligned with PCORI’s priorities, the ultimate goal of the proposed project is to reduce health disparities by ensuring culturally appropriate research that effectively engages diverse patient populations.

Partners

This project is funded by a Eugene Washington Engagement Award from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). Our program partners include Ahahui Malama I Ka Lokahi (AML), SoLaHmo Partnership for Health (SoLaHmo), and University of New England (UNE).

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Ethics in Research

The project aims to create guidelines to guide the conduct of engaged research and is informed by an array of stakeholders conducting and supporting research.

Partners

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Center for Health Equity Research leads this effort. The collaborative also includes representation from Project Momentum, a community-based organization. This work is funded by the Greenwall Foundation. 

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Large Scale Consultation

CCPH is currently engaged in a number of large consultation projects.

Partners

Our current large consultation projects include Yale University Eastern Caribbean Health Outcomes Research Network (ECHORN), University of Massachusetts Strengthening Translational Research in Diverse Enrollment (STRIDE), and University of New Mexico Engage for Equity: Advancing Community Engaged Partnerships.

Community-Engaged Scholarship for Health

CES4Health peer reviews, publishes and disseminates free, online, non-journal products of community-engaged scholarship.

Partners

CES4H engages a network of academic experts, deans, department chairs, supervisors and more in the provision and review of products.

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