CCPH Partners with UNC for Greenwall Foundation Grant
About the Partnership
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) is participating in Re-Engaging Ethics: Ethical Issues in Engaged Research, funded by the Greenwall Foundation. The project is led by Dr. Giselle Corbie-Smith, Professor of Social Medicine and Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC), and Director UNC Center for Health Equity Research. Project co-investigators include Al Richmond, CCPH Executive Director; Mysha Wynn, Founder/Executive Director, Project Momentum, Inc; and Dr. Stuart Rennie, Associate Professor, UNC Social Medicine.
The project aims to create guidelines to guide the conduct of engaged research and is informed by an array of stakeholders conducting and supporting research including academic researchers, community partners, IRB representatives, and ethicists.
May 2016 Meeting
The team conducted a pre-conference workshop at the CCPH 14th International Conference Journey to Justice: Creating Change Through Partnerships to discuss ethical challenges confronted while conducting research in community settings. Academic and community partners who participated in the pre-conference workshop included:
Pre-conference attendees formulated 15 ethical statements to guide the development and conduct of community engaged research.