This resource covers basic background information about the logistics and administrative processes in Universities and the National Institutes of Health governing research projects and grant submissions. It also discusses the relevance and structure of the faculty promotion and tenure system. This information may be helpful for community partners to understand when partnering with an academic research team. […]View This Resource »
Research projects or partnerships may want to develop a project website or other electronic media (blog, facebook, twitter). This resource shares some possible uses or features of website or other media and provides an extensive list of examples from across the US and Canada. Download Project website examples (pdf)View This Resource »
Contact us at ARCC@northwestern.edu to see examples of successfully funded proposals to the National Institutes for Health (NIH) and the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). These examples use community-engaged research approaches.View This Resource »
This resource shares some things to consider when starting up a community advisory board or steering committee. Discussing and communicating about these types of items may improve the health of the partnership and avoid conflict later.View This Resource »
This resource will provide strategies and considerations to ensuring community stakeholders’ involvement and perspectives are incorporated in peer reviewed manuscripts. Related Directory resource: Writing about Community-Engaged Research for Academic Journals.
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This document provides a series of key considerations related to incorporating engagement into different phases of a research project: 1) Getting Started, 2) Implementation, and 3) Dissemination. These are intended to be useful regardless of the type and amount of engagement a research project uses. The document is also intended to be a resource for preparing grant applications that require or suggest patient/community/stakeholder engagement. It is framed for academic researchers but may be useful to review for community partners as well.View This Resource »
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