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pdf.png Community Academic Grants Administration Translation (CAGAT) Initiative: community partner’s guide for pre- and post-award grants management when conducting community-engaged research
Community-engaged research involves partnership-building between community members and academic researchers so that they are better able to communicate about multiple aspects of research.

The Community Partner’s Guide is a resource for any community member working with academic researchers, including those in leadership roles at community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, health-related organizations (e.g. health care practices, health departments, health-related non-profits, hospitals, practice-based research networks, etc.) and other organizations who are interested in community-engaged research.

This guide provides tips on the pre- and post-award grants management process to help improve skills in completing key procedures for submitting and managing grants.
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pdf.png Community Academic Grants Administration Translation (CAGAT) Initiative: academic researcher’s guide for pre- and post-award grants management when conducting community engaged research
This guide is designed for academic researchers interested in gaining a greater understanding of the grant submission and management process when conducting federally-funded, community-engaged research.

The guide is for those seeking to:

Increase knowledge of the pre- and post-award grants management process for conducting community engaged research
Improve skills in completing key procedures for submitting and managing grants that involve community consultants or subcontracts with community organizations
Increase skills in communicating key procedures for submitting and managing grants with community partners

Although the guide is based on the pre- and post-awards process at UNC-Chapel Hill, the information presented may be useful for anyone interested in understanding or improving community-academic research partnerships involving grants management.
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pdf.png Empathy-Building Resource Guide
The Empathy-Building Resource Guide is designed to provide healthcare professionals useful resources to enhance relationships with patients at risk for hypertension, needing treatment for hypertension, or managing hypertension.

The Empathy-Building Resource Guide specifically focuses on a set of resources for:

Enhancing skills in contextually providing patients with self-management strategies
Improving provider-patient communications
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pdf.png N.C. Health Priorities Summary Report
In 2016, NC TraCS and CARES implemented a multi-step priority-setting process to identify the leading health issues across North Carolina. Data were gathered from 99 counties and 86 hospitals across the state via County Health Assessments and Community Health Needs Assessments conducted at county public health departments and hospitals. The resulting report will be used for strategic planning by NC TraCS, and its collaborating investigators and community partners, to better address the health needs of North Carolinians.
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