Resources for Community-Engaged Research Partnerships During COVID-19 Pandemic: The Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities (ARCC) at Northwestern University developed three resources to help community-academic research collaborations consider and address the impact of COVID-19 on health equity and their research projects and partnerships. - Tool PDF: Staying True to Principles of Engagement in Community-Engaged Research Partnerships […]View This Resource »
ARCC is working to gather resources and tools including articles, videos, and books that are useful for researchers and research partnerships to apply a racial equity lens to their research engagement. Please share any additional resources to ARCC@northwestern.edu. Download Applying Racial Equity in Research Engagement Tools & Resources (PDF)View This Resource »
This role-play exercise can be a great way for a CEnR partnership to explore challenges and possible strategies to address them, laugh, and relieve stress. Other relevant resources: Documenting Partnership Roles & Agreements: MOUs & Other Tools Download Addressing Research Partnership ChallengesView This Resource »
This document provides guidance for research partnerships on how to discuss and document agreements about partnership roles, structures, and process. Related Directory Resources: MOU Samples & MOU Sample w Community Health Center Download Documenting Partnership Roles & AgreementsView This Resource »
This document provides guidance for research partnerships about identifying, approaching, and engaging community stakeholders in community-academic research partnerships. Download Identifying & Engaging Community StakeholdersView This Resource »
This resource shares compensation guidelines used by the Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute. This may be relevant for academic partners or community-academic partnerships to consider and adapt. Download Compensation Guidelines for Communtiy & Stakeholder EngagementView This Resource »
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