Menu
Info

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

the-building-community-engaged-research-capacity-within-a-ctsa-toolkit-available-on-hipxchange

Table of Contents

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

See also  Welcome to Drupal

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

See also  A few words about us

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

See also  Influences of health and environmental deprivation on family relationships among children with chronic disease

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

workspace-team-of-diverse-workers-put-hands-together-2The University of Wisconsin – Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community–Academic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

View the toolkit

Share this post

No Comments

    Leave a Reply