At this presentation, attendees will learn about the North Carolina Navigating Care for Families and Their Children with Developmental Disabilities (NCNC) project. The NCNC project was funded by HRSA (Health Resources Services Administration) with two primary aims: (1) Enhance screening … Continued
Use your creativity and data analysis skills to create tools for community engagement. Carolina’s first ever Engagement Week will include a week-long civic hackathon competition where students are invited to analyze and visualize data on COVID-19’s health, economic and/or social … Continued
The Thorp Faculty Engaged Scholars program, in its 15th year, is currently working with its eighth two-year cohort of Carolina faculty. The program is a faculty development initiative on the go, visiting community partnership and research sites of experienced engaged … Continued
In the presentation, learn about a multi-year collaborative community project. For the past three years, this team has connected with various community members (adults and youth), developed organizational partnerships, and built relationships with stakeholders to implement policy, systems and/or environmental … Continued
The presentation will focus on the Rural Pharmacy Health Certificate program which has been uniquely offered on the Asheville campus of UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy since 2014. The program requires that Rural Scholars have long-term relationships with pharmacists serving … Continued
Presenters will share descriptions and best practices for effectively conducting community health assessments and community health improvement planning.