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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

ABOUT THE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT CORE

The goals of the CCTST Community Engagement Core are to improve relationships between academic researchers and community members; to engage community physicians in research and translation of evidence-based practice; and to train researchers in community-engaged research, and educate community members in order to build capacity and an understanding of the benefits and risks of research involvement. The Community Engagement Core seeks to broaden and strengthen collaborations between the Academic Health Center (AHC) and the community to produce research initiated with, supported by, carried out through, and benefiting the community. For questions about the Community Engagement Core, please email: ctsa@cchmc.org

PROGRAM SUCCESSES

Since 2009, the CCTST Community Engagement Core has funded several community health projects, including academic-community partnerships.

Since 2010, 232 participants from over 130 organizations have graduated from the Community Leaders Institute.

76 Community Health and 19 Partnership Development Grants have been funded for a total of $1,204,873. These projects have served over 52,000 individuals in the greater Cincinnati area.

Together, the Community Leaders Institute and the Community Health and Partnership Development Grants have leveraged a combined $15.7 million into the community.

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SERVICES & CONSULTATIONS
Use Research Central to request a consultation with a Community Engagement team member who can help you find a community-engaged research collaborator. 

GRANT & AWARD OPPORTUNITIES

RESOURCES

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT CORE TEAM

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