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Community Engagement

We work to improve the health of North Carolinians by building authentic partnerships between communities, researchers, and health care providers. We seek to promote and support community-engaged approaches to clinical and...
The Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) Methods Unit supports the development and integration of frameworks, methods, and metrics in community-engaged research. We focus on implementation science as it applies to...
The NC TraCS Qualitative Research Service (QRS), provided by CaSE and the Inclusive Science Program, offers a variety of services to support faculty, staff, students, and community partners conducting qualitative research projects. Qualitative...
PBRNs are groups of primary care clinicians and practices working together to answer community-based health care questions and translate research findings into practice. PBRNs engage clinicians in quality improvement activities...
Community & Patient Advisory Boards (CPABs) are a common way of integrating stakeholder voices and perspectives into research activities, ranging from providing input on a single study to guiding the work of entire organizations. Equity...
We provide investigators with access to experts, resources, and education to enhance the inclusion of diverse populations across the life course in clinical and translational research. The Inclusive Science Program (ISP) places...
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