Community-Based Participatory Research at CCNY
COMMUNITY-CAMPUS PARTNERSHIPS for HEALTH (CCPH)
CCPH is a nonprofit organization that promotes health (broadly defined) through partnerships between communities and higher educational institutions. Founded in 1996, we are a growing network of over 2,000 communities and campuses across North America and increasingly the world that are collaborating to promote health through service-learning, community-based participatory research, broad-based coalitions and other partnership CCPH’s site offers hundreds of links and downloadable resources on CBPR and community-campus partnerships.
FEDERAL CBPR RESOURCES WEBSITE
Resources include: opportunities, principles, policies, reports, presentations, and curricula for funding; training and technical assistance as well as links to related organizations and initiatives
DEVELOPING and SUSTAINING CBPR PARTNERSHIPS: A SKILL-BUILDING CURRICULUM
This evidence-based curriculum is intended as a tool for partnerships that are using or planning to use a CBPR approach to improving health. Each of seven units includes: Learning objectives, in-depth content information about the topic(s) being presented, examples and interactive exercises, citations and suggested resources.
INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARDS AND CBPR
This six-part call series covered such topics as “Supplementing IRBs with a Community Advisory Board,” and “Creating an Independent Community IRB: When is it Right for You?” Download audio files and handouts at the link above. Sign up for the CBPR & Research Ethics Electronic Discussion Group
COMMUNITY PARTNER PEER MENTORING & ADVOCACY
This website is designed as a resource for community members and community groups in
their work with academic partners. The site includes the report, “Achieving the Promise of
Authentic Community-Higher Education Partnerships: Community Partners Speak Out” and
audio files & handouts from conference calls on such topics as “CBPR as a Strategy for
Social Change” and “Why and How to Obtain a Federally Negotiated Indirect Rate."
Sign up for the Community Partner Electronic Discussion Group
CBPR ELECTRONIC DISCUSSION GROUP
Stay on top of the latest CBPR news and funding opportunities! Co-sponsored by CCPH and
the Wellesley Institute, the listserv has over 4,400 subscribers, including community
organizations, colleges & universities, funding agencies and policy makers.
CCPH CONSULTANCY NETWORK
Looking for a CBPR expert to give a presentation, lead a workshop, conduct an evaluation
or provide phone or on-site consultation? The CCPH Consultancy Network is here to help!