April 22, 2021
Home to the Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities (ARCC)
and Northwestern Primary Care Practice-Based Research Program (NP3) 
Current resources and services focus primarily on research:

Partnership brokering & development

Workshops, seminars & team training
Funding opportunities

Consultations, proposal review & support

 Patient, Clinician & Stakeholder Engagement

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The combined efforts of the Mather Institute, Center for Community Health (CCH), and learning and development partner – Illumina Interactive – have successfully built a virtual version of a Data Walk, an Innovative Way to Share Data with Communities (originally developed by The Urban Institute).

The Age Well Data Walk shares survey data reports from Years 1 and 2 of a 5 year landmark study of the impact of living in a Life Plan Community together with interview research findings. The overall goal of the longitudinal study is to examine the impact of transitioning to a Life Plan Community on resident health and wellness. 

Click here to explore the Age Well Data Walk, and read more about the project here.
One way that the Center for Community Health (CCH) is helping translate research findings into practice more quickly is through Stakeholder-Academic Resource Panels (ShARPs)

Upcoming Opportunity:
This upcoming ShARP session is on the family experience for Spanish-speaking families on surgery day at Lurie Children’s Hospital. A team at Lurie’s is interested in learning about family experiences throughout the surgery process, and explore potential barriers and facilitators to accessing resources and services.

We want to hear from:
Parents/caregivers to children who had surgery within the last 6 months at Lurie Children's Hospital and who:
  • Prefer to communicate in Spanish
  • Required interpretation services at any point during the surgery process
Sessions will take place:
Tuesday April 27, 2021 (6-8pm)
For more Information on upcoming ShARPs
Contact Josefina Serrato: josefina.serrato@northwestern.edu
To request a ShARP or learn more about other CCH consultation services, click here or visit here
The Institute for Public Health and Medicine (IPHAM) at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine (FSM) is leading a search for a full-time tenure track Investigator at the rank of assistant professor, associate professor, or professor. The candidate will join a rich, collaborative environment with clinicians and other scientists in FSM and will affiliate with IPHAM and the Center for Prevention Implementation Methodology (Ce-PIM).

Responsibilities include leading a specialty area of research in implementation science and methodology, developing and leading a strategic plan to expand the breadth and depth of implementation science investigation at FSM, building collaborations to integrate implementation science into all stages of health research, and advancing the knowledge of implementation science both locally and nationally.

Click here for the full job description and application instructions.
The Center for Community Health is supported, in part, by the
Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute, Grant Number UL1TR001422 from the National Center for
Advancing Translational Sciences, Clinical and Translational Sciences Award
and the
Institute of Public Health and Medicine (IPHAM).
Center for Community Health