VIRTUAL EVENT- CEACR Speaker Series: Humanizing the Study Participant Journey – Strengthening Inclusive Participation

Join CCPH and our colleagues at the Community Engagement Alliance Against COVID-19 Consultative Resource (CEACR) for a virtual discussion on barriers and facilitators toward inclusive participation in research. This session will highlight ways research teams can engage participants that meet enrollment needs while prioritizing the participant experience. LEARN MORE  REGISTER FOR EVENT

VIRTUAL EVENT – CEACR Speaker Series: Language Equity

CCPH and our partners at the Community Engagement Alliance Consultative Resource (CEACR) present the CEACR Speaker Series, a monthly virtual event highlighting key topics related to successful community engagement in research.  We invite you to attend our upcoming webinar on Language Justice in Research to learn more about best practices, tools, and resources for equitable engagement with […]

VIRTUAL Screening – The Color of Care

Description: We will be hosting a virtual screening of The Color of Care How to Watch: Please click the following link to watch The Color of Care:   Community Campus Partnership for Health Screening Room  *Use Chrome as your browser Access code: ccph  *Access code is sensitive. Please copy/paste exactly as shown.  LEARN MORE

VIRTUAL EVENT- Reflections from Community Listening Sessions: A RECOVER Dialogue​

Description: CCPH has conducted three Listening Sessions across the US with African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Asian American communities on Long COVID and RECOVER. Please join us and our guest speakers to discuss the emerging themes, lessons learned, and insights CCPH gathered from across these communities to help develop in-depth community engagement efforts. ​ LEARN MORE  […]

VIRTUAL EVENT- Partnering During the Pandemic: Did COVID-19 Redefine How We Partner?

Description: In celebration of 25 years of promoting health equity and social justice through partnerships with community and academic partners, CCPH is hosting a series of webinars highlighting partnerships and their power to change the conditions and environments in which people live, work, study, pray, and play. The initial webinar in the series will explore […]

VIRTUAL EVENT- Managing the Impact of COVID in Hispanic-Serving Institutions Webinar

Description: HSIs faced unprecedented challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to do so. In addition to traditional challenges faced in sustaining HSIs, its leaders must now incorporate a COVID-19 strategy to maintain campus health while ensuring business continuity. However, what is particularly challenging to HSIs and the communities they serve is their historical context […]

VIRTUAL EVENT- CEACR Speaker Series: “Ethical Research with Community-Based Organizations”

The COVID-19 pandemic and other persistent health inequities have led to renewed investment in research partnerships between academic institutions and community-based organizations (CBOs). However, there is little formal guidance around the ethical engagement of CBOs in research. This roundtable discussion will describe common barriers to ethical partnerships with CBOs and explore principles and practices for […]

VIRTUAL EVENT- Expanding Access to COVID-19 Data for Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs):  The RADx Data Hub

This webinar is for: Researchers and graduate students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) interested in accessing one of the country’s largest NIH-funded COVID-19 data hubs. About the event: CCPH, in partnership with RADx-UP, is working to expand access to data for researchers at MSIs. Rapid Acceleration of Diagnostics […]

VIRTUAL EVENT – MSI Hub Coalition Meeting for HBCUs

This coalition will bring together a national network of leaders from HBCUs working in partnership to advance health equity through community engagement and community-engaged research (CER). Why is CCPH committed to this work? > MSIs are located in close proximity to communities experiencing the disproportionate impact of health inequities. > Researchers at MSIs are underrepresented […]

VIRTUAL EVENT- CEACR Speaker Series – Caring for the Caregivers in Community-Partnered Research: Considerations for Research Reciprocity

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, professional scientists have turned to diverse frontline workers such as allied health professionals, community health workers, promotoras, home health aides, interpreters, community organizers, faith leaders, and other community and family caregivers to increase participation in research, especially in communities where trust has eroded. Community partners have guided professional scientists to integrate […]