What We Do2018-10-25T00:12:05-04:00

We host networking and training events, offer an annual pilot grant program (Trailblazer Award), and provide direct guidance to people who would like help in community engaged research. Our network includes hundreds of individuals who represent public agencies, private organizations, and non-profits who have a hand in solving existing health problems and addressing factors that contribute to poor health. The partnerships we have supported include those addressing diabetes, obesity, food insecurity, and infant mortality.

Community Health Partnerships…

NETWORKS with our 600+ stakeholders in health across Indiana by hosting annual & regional events and sharing grant announcements and newsletters

PARTNERS with community health coalitions to learn best practices and share what works

SUPPORTS pilot projects in community-engaged research with our annual Trailblazer Award

TRAINS researchers and community members in best practices for community-engaged research

CONSULTS with individuals interested in community engaged research to find partners, develop and implement projects, and disseminate findings

ENGAGES patients and other stakeholders to address research barriers using human-centered research methods

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