When a community partner is participating on a research team submitting a grant proposal to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), they may be required to submit a biosketch. NIH recently changed the required format for the biosketch. This is the link to the official template for the new format: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/424/SF424R-R_pilot-biosketchsample_VerC.docx It may be unclear or uncomfortable for […]View This Resource »
This document contains background and questions to consider when forming and building research partnerships involving community health centers and research teams. Includes considerations related to community health center research motivation, infrastructure, partner identification, capacity building, etc. Download Research with Community Health Centers (pdf)View This Resource »
Partnerships are strongly encouraged to develop a MOU or some other type of written partnership document. Having a written document which records the agreements made by the partnership is an invaluable way to minimize disagreements and can be helpful when bringing new individuals into an established partnership. This is an example of a MOU between […]View This Resource »
This document contains examples of questionnaires that community health centers ask research investigators/teams to complete if they are interested in conducting research at or with their health center. Related Directory Resource: Reviewing & Considering Research Requests from Academics CHC ResearchCollaborationQuestionnaires (pdf)View This Resource »
This document contains resources for •developing a fundraising plan, •how to strengthen proposals, •understand reviewer perspectives/concerns, •items for budget This information may be helpful to partners and partnerships that are considering or preparing community-engaged research grant applications. Download CEnRFunding.GrantwritingTips.Strategies (pdf)View This Resource »
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 »
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