Georgia CTSA Community-engaged Research Facilitation Survey for Academic Researchers & Faculty-Due Friday

The Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance’s Community Engagement program supports community-university research partnerships, obtains community input into university research, and increases health research in community settings that is responsive to the health needs of the community. This is a collaboration bringing together Emory University, Morehouse School of Medicine, Georgia Institute of Technology, and University of Georgia (partner institutions).

The purpose of the Georgia CTSA Community Engagement Facilitation Survey is to identify both the community-engaged translation research collaboration experience and collaboration interests of academic researchers/faculty at partnership institutions. Results will be used to develop responsive technical assistance, partnership facilitation, and capacity building. Academic research/faculty need not have any community-engaged research experience to participate in the survey. The survey should take no more than five minutes to complete.

Thanks for your attention and completion as we develop responsive approaches that reflect both community engagement experiences, collaboration interests, and health priorities of academic researcher/faculty of the Georgia CTSA partner institutions.

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