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Lunch & Learn: Participatory Budgeting Event Recap

The CCPH “Lunch & Learn: Participatory Budgeting” webinar was a collaborative training panel with community and academic experts sharing their experiences advocating for fair budgetary structures and practices by relying on community expertise to address...

Ways of Knowing Kickoff Event Reflections

Funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and co-hosted by Evidence for Action and Partners for Advancing Health Equity, the Ways of Knowing Symposia consists of five collaborative events. These events aim to cultivate a more holistic appreciation of the different...

CEACR Speaker Series: Community-Centered Research Design

This webinar explores considerations and strategies for engaging in participatory research processes with community members and organizations, including: study design, partnership structures, engagement planning, and bidirectional communication

Help us welcome Angela Franklin to the CCPH team

We are excited to have Angela Franklin join the CCPH team as an Engagement Lead. She will primarily support the All of Us HBCU Road Tour

Using the All of Us Researcher Workbench to Drive Action for Health Equity Event Recap

Thank you for joining us on the latest stop of the All of Us HBCU Road Tour at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee.

All of Us HBCU Road Tour Heads to Jackson, Mississippi

From Data to Equity: How Mississippi HBCUs are moving health research and teaching forward with the All of Us database – and how you can too!

How HBCUs are Shaping the Future of Health Through Funding and Workforce Development

Date & Time:  Thursday, April 11, 2024 | 1:00-2:00 PM EDT Description: The purpose of the HBCU coalition meeting is to serve as a gathering space for members to share their experiences and expertise in relation to the chosen topic. It is an opportunity for group...

Unsung Heroes: NCBON 18th Anniversary Celebration Community Reception

Each year, the National Community-Based Organization Network (NCBON) hosts a reception highlighting the individuals who worked diligently for the greater good of the community and deserve to be recognized and celebrated. The NCBON 18th Anniversary Celebration...

NC CEAL – Engaging Community Health Workers to Achieve Health Equity in North Carolina

Engaging Community Health Workers to Achieve Health Equity in North Carolina was a capacity-building training hosted by NC CEAL and CCPH. The training provided an up to date overview of community health workers (CHWs) in North Carolina.

By participating in the training, participants were able to gain better insights about CHWs’ lived experiences to inform their health equity work, creating new connections between community members and CHWs and identifying best practices on how to engage CHWs in their communities. .

CCPH Welcomes RADx-UP Engagement Specialist, Aliyha Hill, MPH

We are excited to have Aliyha Hill join the CCPH team as an Engagement Specialist. She will primarily support the RADx-UP initiative.

All of Us HBCU Road Tour Heads to Nashville

Join us virtually or in person for our next stop on the All of Us HBCU Road Tour at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee.

Ways of Knowing Kickoff Event Reflections

Ways of Knowing Kickoff Event Reflections

Funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and co-hosted by Evidence for Action and Partners for Advancing Health Equity, the Ways of Knowing Symposia consists of five collaborative events. These events aim to cultivate a more holistic appreciation of the different...

NC CEAL – Engaging Community Health Workers to Achieve Health Equity in North Carolina

NC CEAL – Engaging Community Health Workers to Achieve Health Equity in North Carolina

Engaging Community Health Workers to Achieve Health Equity in North Carolina was a capacity-building training hosted by NC CEAL and CCPH. The training provided an up to date overview of community health workers (CHWs) in North Carolina.

By participating in the training, participants were able to gain better insights about CHWs’ lived experiences to inform their health equity work, creating new connections between community members and CHWs and identifying best practices on how to engage CHWs in their communities. .