Tools & Resources for Community-Engaged Research

For resources related to community-engaged practice, visit the Center for Community Health Research and Partnership resource guide hosted by the Bernard Becker Medical Library at Washington University School of Medicine. Resources include community data, toolkits, funding opportunities, and more.

The Washington University Human Research Protection Office (HRPO) developed the Community-Engaged Research (CEnR) program to address the needs of Washington University (WU) researchers engaged in research collaborations or affiliations with community partners. Visit the CEnR website for guidance related to human research protections and community-engaged research. 

Please notify the ICTS if you have suggestions for additional tools or links.

Capacity Building Support

Through the Center for Community Health Partnership & Research (CCHPR), the ICTS responds to top needs for capacity building identified by community organizations: leadership, communication, data management and evaluation. These capacity areas are essential for developing, implementing, and sustaining programs that improve community health and well-being.