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Community Research Partnership Core

About Us

The Community Research Partnership Core is a number of innovative, integrated activities that partner with Cleveland communities in order to enhance both community based research and community involvement with designing, conducting and disseminating research. Our goal is to teach researchers, educators, community organizations, and community residents how to appreciate, design and conduct research.

Project Highlights

Cultural Competency Neighborhood Tour a SUCCESS!

On May 19, 2010, over 80 researchers came together to visit 3 Cleveland neighborhoods - Stockyards, Hough, and Asiatown to learn more about the geography, health issues, and leadership of those communities. Presentations were made by local leaders who talked about the health issues affecting those in the community as well as community efforts to encourage healthy living. To see the Cleveland Plain Dealer story about this tour, please click here.

 

West 54th Street Garden Mural
   

Research Participation Opportunities

Do you live in Greater Cleveland? Are you interested in developing a research project?

We are recruiting residents from the Greater Cleveland area who may be interested in joining our team of Community Resident Advisors for a number of focus groups that will be starting soon. In order to participate, you must be at least 18 years old. Community Resident Advisors are people who live in the Greater Cleveland area and are interested in being a part of research development. Advisors are asked their opinions about research ideas, surveys, and other projects, including focus groups. Advisors are not research subjects, but active in developing and refining new projects. Advisors do get paid for their participation. To participate, contact information and some demographic information will be requested and your name is put into a database along with other potential Advisors. If you are interested, please call Michele Abraham at 216-778-3858 and say that you are interested in becoming a Community Resident Advisor.

Project REECH (Research Engagement for Community Health) is a project that is trying to reach out to the community to help create research project that can meet unmet health needs in communities. Project REECH is currently seeking residents, businessowners and community stakeholders from the Hough and Detroit Shoreway communities to participate in a 90 minute focus group. If you are interested in participating, please contact Felicia Adams at 216-778-8404

   
 

Upcoming Events

Photovoice Exhibition: "The Writings on the Wall"

May 27, 2010, 7:00p.m. until 8:30 p.m., Maple Heights Library, 5225 Library Lane, Maple Heights, Ohio

Project REECH in partnership with the city of Maple Heights, Ohio presents a youth Photovoice Exhibition that is free and open to the public. This is a unique opportunity for high school students to present their voice about what they perceive to be health issues in the community. Please come out and support our youth and see what they have to say.

 

   

Community Based Research Consult Service

The Community Based Research Consult Service is based on a collaborative effort between Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals of Cleveland, the Cleveland Clinic, and MetroHealth Medical Center. The effort has been created to help researchers and community organizations understand the processes of community-based research and to provide samples, guidance, and consultation along the way.

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