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Say Yes! to Covid Test Initiative

We are elated to be a part of Say Yes! to Covid Test Initiative. Read more about this project below: "Participating households in Greenville, Pitt County, NC will receive free month-long supplies of rapid tests aimed at reducing community transmission of COVID-19. UNC...

TREATING COVID-19: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TREATMENT OPTIONS

The goal of this webinar was to learn about COVID-19 treatment options and to discuss the differences between the various COVID-19 vaccines. We heard from Dr. David Wohl, Dr. Patsy Polston, and 2 community members, Ilana Dubester and Gary Phillips, who have received...

The Convening Journey: Facilitating Patient & Stakeholder Engagement through Partnerships

Proceedings from the 2016 and 2017 patient stakeholder meetings hosted by CCPH in New Orleans, Chicago and Durham. Support for these meetings was provided by the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (EAIN-2517). The Convening Journey: Facilitating Patient...

Proceedings of the 2017 Advancing the Science of Community Engaged Research (CEnR) Conference

From "Advancing the Science of Community Engaged Research (CEnR): Innovative and Effective Methods of Stakeholder Engagement in Translational Research" Proceedings of the 2017 Advancing the Science of Community Engaged Research (CEnR) Conference 2017 Al Richmond,...

Engaged Faculty Institute (EFI) Curriculum

Welcome to the Engaged Faculty Institute (EFI) Curriculum, originally authored by Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) in 2007 and redesigned by California Campus Compact (CACC) and Campus Compact of the Mountain West (CCMW) in 2015 in collaboration with...

Development and validation of the Person-Centeredness of Research Scale

Person-centeredness shifts the focus of healthcare and research to the needs and priorities of patients and communities, and may improve health outcomes. There are no instruments available, however, with which we can assess the degree to which research is indeed...

Creating the Space to Ask “Why?” Community-Campus Partnerships as a Strategy for Social Justice A Draft Paper Prepared for the Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) 15th Anniversary Conference

This document is to explain CCPH's new mission and to help frame discussions of why we engage in community-campus partnerships. The paper is labeled “draft” because we view it as a work-in-progress, to be informed and improved upon by reflection and dialogue before,...

Public Policies to Promote Community-Based and Interdisciplinary Health Professions Education.

This article explores the need of Federal and state governments to support community-based and interdisciplinary education because health professions education is a “public good” that will not be adequately supplied absent government support. Public Policies to...

Integrating Student Learning Objectives with Community Service Objectives through Service-Learning in Health Professions Schools Curricula

This article explores the changes of health care financing and health care service delivery systems. It provides an excellent opportunity to introduce health professions schools and faculty to the concept of service learning. Integrating Student Learning Objectives...

Case Studies of Service-Learning in the Health Professions: “Linkages: A Program of Service-Learning”

This article explores an interdisciplinary model in the health profession schools for service learning for students as a part of required courses. They Document the impact of the service learning project on students, faculty, community, and the health status of...
Say Yes! to Covid Test Initiative

Say Yes! to Covid Test Initiative

We are elated to be a part of Say Yes! to Covid Test Initiative. Read more about this project below: "Participating households in Greenville, Pitt County, NC will receive free month-long supplies of rapid tests aimed at reducing community transmission of COVID-19. UNC...

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