Northwestern Events Calendar

Apr
23
2020

Virtual Discussion #2: Community-Engaged Research Partnerships During COVID-19: Sharing Examples of How Partnerships are Responding

When: Thursday, April 23, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM  

Where: Online

Audience: Faculty/Staff - Public - Post Docs/Docs

Cost: Free

Contact: ARCC  

Group: Center for Community Health (IPHAM)

Category: Lectures & Meetings

Description:

Community-Engaged Research Partnerships During COVID-19: Staying True to Principles of Engagement in Community-Engaged Research Partnerships during the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities (ARCC) at Northwestern University supports and promotes community-engaged research partnerships. During the COVID-19 pandemic, community-academic research collaborations need to consider how the pandemic is impacting health and equity in their communities and how research projects and partnerships can adjust in response.

Join our 2nd virtual zoom gathering to share and discuss experiences, ideas, and challenges about staying engaged as community-engaged research partnerships.

Register here:  https://northwestern.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYvcu-qrzIoHNah1yahy_6LlEKU_O8dTZDe 

 

This Zoom will focus on Sharing Examples of How Partnerships are Responding.

- South Asian Healthy Lifestyle Initiative (SAHELI), Zohrab Mirza, Skokie Department of Health and Swapna Dave, Northwestern's Feinberg School of Medicine

- Evaluation, Data Integration & Technical Assistance (EDIT) Program, Institute for Sexual & Gender Minority Health & Wellbeing (ISGMH), Northwestern University collaboration with Chicago Department of Public Health & multiple community service providers, Gregory Phillips & Erik Glenn

- Daniel Hostetler & Susan Redden, Above & Beyond Family Recovery Center, and Teresa Horton, Anthropology, Northwestern's Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences

Partners will share their strategies, challenges, suggestions. There will be dedicated time for Q&A and discussion. Open to any interested community and academic partners.

Related Resources

- Staying True to Principles of Engagement in Community-Engaged Research Partnerships during the COVID-19: This is a Community Document that provides ideas & resources to support community & academic partners and is also an open doc for Sharing Ideas, Questions, & Resources.  Anyone is able to add and share. bit.ly/COVID_ARCC

For other resources related to community-engaged research, visit our website at www. ARCCOnline.net. or our online resource directory www.ARCCresources.net

Discussion will be facilitated by Jen Brown, ARCC Director & Co-Founder and ARCC Partner Joseph Harrington. 

Joseph Harrington is the Co-Lead for the CAPriCORN Patient & Community Advisory Committee (PCAC) and Project Lead for the PCORI-funded patient engagement project, “Elevating the Patient Voice in Research.” He has worked in education, social services, mental health, healthcare, and public health. He served for six years as an Assistant Commissioner at the Chicago Department of Public Health and retired in 2017 after serving as the State Health Department’s Regional Health Officer for Cook County. He serves on the Board of Directors for CommunityHealth & Alzheimers Association Illinois Chapter. 

Questions? Contact ARCC at ARCC@Northwestern.edu

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