Here are some of our favorite resources for community-engaged research and practice. We hope you’ll find them helpful.
Provided by the Becker Medical Library and the Center for Community Health Partnership and Research at Washington University in St. Louis, this resource site will point you to resources related to community-engaged research and practices. For a more comprehensive resource list, please visit this guide.
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health’s mission is to promote health equity and social justice through partnerships between communities and academic institutions.
The Community Tool Box is a free, online resource for those working to build healthier communities and bring about social change. It offers thousands of pages of tips and tools for taking action in communities. Want to learn about community assessment, planning, intervention, evaluation, advocacy, and other aspects of community practice? Then help yourself to over 300 educational modules and other free tools.
The Community Tool Box features a table of contents with 46 chapters through which you can obtain practical, step-by-step guidance in community-building skills.
A program of the U.S. Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health that provides health care professionals with information, continuing education opportunities, resources and more to learn about culturally and linguistically.
A toolkit for health research in partnership with practices and communities. The Research Toolkit has been widely endorsed by the Community Engagement (CE) Key Function Committee (KFC) of the CTSA consortium and has involved collaborators from the University of Washington’s Institute for Translational Health Science, the Duke Clinical Research Institute, and Wayne State University.