Research Services/Stakeholder Engagement
In collaboration with community partners, researchers and health care providers, we contribute to all phases of health research projects from planning through dissemination.
TraCS $2K Stakeholder Engagement Voucher
We provide vouchers in the amount of $2,000 to assist clinical and translational researchers in implementing a proposed study of moving a research project forward by providing rapid access to funds that will support almost any aspect of promising and innovative research.
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A Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Charrette is a new model for promoting, advancing and enhancing the use of community-based participatory research.
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CARES Community Engagement Specialists and Community Experts coordinate community stakeholder engagement initiatives that link researchers with health research partners in communities throughout North Carolina. By guiding the formation of study-specific stakeholder input groups and building statewide health research stakeholder networks, CARES strengthens and facilitates collaborations between diverse communities and UNC researchers to support patient centered outcomes research.
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Engaging Latinos Through Community Engagement (ENLaCE) offers technical support to researchers who are interested in working with the Latino population in research during both pre and post award periods.
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North Carolina Network Consortium
The North Carolina Network Consortium supports research in primary care settings. The consortium combines the resources of six practice-based research networks and over 615 providers in over 140 practices across the state.
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