The importance of partnerships in crisis is front and center as we confront the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The importance of partnerships in crisis is front and center as we continue in our efforts to mitigate the impact of COVID-19.
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health and the UNC Center for Health Equity Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill sponsored this series of webinars entitled “Communities in Partnership: Ensuring Equity in the time of COVID-19.
This Series was held from April to June 2021 in response to a need for information on the impact of COVID-19 in diverse communities.
You are invited to watch our past sessions where we highlight the disparate impact of the disease in the most vulnerable communities in our nation. Please see below for information on each session.
All the sessions have been archived here along with the recordings presentations related to resources.
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...
In mid-November, some of the Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) team flew into Atlanta, Georgia, to attend the premier public health event of the year, the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting & Expo 2023. The 4-day event allowed...
Sustaining Partnerships outline strategies to sustain partnerships across funding cycles. This workshop will have Spanish language and ASL interpretation, and recordings will be made publicly available in both English and Spanish language. Panelists Website | Facebook...
Join this webinar—part of the HBCU Road Tour series—to learn about the six new Institutional Champions in the All of Us Researcher Academy. Our featured presenters include Dr. Muhammed Idris, Morehouse School of Medicine, and Dr. Leah Floyd, Shaw University, who will share updates on their work as part of this second group of funded institutions.
Managing Project Wrap-Up followed October’s Lunch & Learn workshop on Managing Project Start-Up and invited attendees to consider closing protocols in their community-academic research projects. By participating in this session, we hope that attendees can review...
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, in partnership with RTI International, is utilizing our diverse network and partnerships with college and university affiliates to increase the engagement of Historically Black College and University (HBCU) students, faculty, staff, and researchers in the All of Us Researcher Academy and use of the All of Us Researcher Workbench. We recently sat down for a conversation with our Engagement Strategist, Virginia Hunter, whose work with CCPH helps increase the visibility of the program at HBCUs.
As an alumna of an HBCU with deep roots in the community, Virginia shares her personal connection to HBCUs, her hopes for the All of Us Research Program, and why it’s important. Continue reading to learn more.
October Course Registration Is Open!
Introduction to Python, Pandas, and Jupyter Notebook for Analysis of All of Us Data
Managing Project Start-Up was an action-oriented workshop that included a panel discussion addressing fiscal equity, transparency, and clear lines of communication. We shared concrete strategies to address the equity-based challenges of starting a community-academic...
Public health crises like the COVID-19 pandemic will happen again affecting millions of people worldwide. We ask for your expertise to collectively address health disparities due to structural barriers inflicted on historically marginalized communities in the US,...
A Seven-Year Partnership: Clinical Scholars and CCPH In early August, four of our team members had the opportunity to attend the Clinical Scholars Alumni Celebration and the graduation of Cohort 5 in Puerto Rico. There was a lot of excitement leading up to this...
Join CCPH in Congratulating Dr. Kunga Denzonpga on her Minority Serving Institution Fellowship with the American Evaluation Association!
CCPH is thrilled to announce Dr. Kunga Denzongpa, our Data and Evaluation Manager, selection as a Minority Serving Institution Fellow for the American Evaluation Association.
Join us virtually or in person for our next stop on the All of Us HBCU Road Tour at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia.
We are proud and excited to welcome Dr. Paul J. Kuttner to the CCPH team as our first Director of Partnerships.
Get to know MSI Hub HBCU Coalition Member Karen M. Mathews, MD, MHA, FAAFP. She serves as the Executive Director of Health & Psychological Services in the University Health & Wellness Center at Central State University. In April, she led an incredibly informative session about HBCU student-centered mental health services and solutions that she and her team have implemented for students at Central State University for our HBCU Coalition meeting.
This webinar series is brought to you in partnership with the UNC Center for Health Equity Research (CHER) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. UNC CHER brings together collaborative, multidisciplinary teams of stakeholders to improve health in North Carolina communities with a shared commitment to innovation, collaboration, and health equity.