Community Engagement (CE) is critical to increase the reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation and maintenance of clinical and translational research
Community Engagement (CE) is critical to increase the reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and maintenance of clinical and translational research.
The Community Engagement core through the Partnership of Academicians and Communities for Translation (PACT) aims to:
To transform the way communities and researchers work together to design and conduct research by building bridges between health research, clinical practice and community health initiatives to improve the health of the people in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region.
One-year pilot grants to strengthen community-academic partnerships for translational research. Eligible grants support:
Joint pilot projects proposed by established community-academic partnerships, or
Development of new community-academic partnerships.
Prepares CCTSI Community Engagement Pilot grantees with basic knowledge of community-based participatory research principles and partnership development.
Sponsored conferences and networking activities for community members and academics
Engaging Communities in Education and Research Conference (ECER)
Research Exchange and Networking Forum
Donald Nease, Jr., MD
Community Engagement Director