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 translational research, boost public trust in health research, and build capacity for researchers and communities to engage in academic-community partnerships that ensure bi-directional communication and stakeholder input from conceptualization through dissemination.

North Carolina Network Consortium

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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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To learn more about NCNC, visit ncnc.unc.edu.

If you are interested in conducting research in healthcare and practice-based settings, consider these guidelines and request a consultation with NCNC:

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