CHIRP Program Activities
Throughout early 2012, The CHIRP team is visiting community partner sites and providing trainings on a variety of research topics. This website includes videos of training sessions and supplemental reference documents.
Best Practices to Build Academic/Community Research Partnerships
October 24, 2011
The Oregon Rural Practice-based Research Network hosted a symposium that brought together community health coalition partners with academic researchers to discuss best practices for establishing productive research partnerships.
- Presentations from leading OHSU translational researchers who are bridging basic science and community-based research
- Delicious lunch prepared by the Bionutrition Unit with the Oregon Clinical & Translational Research Unit
- Panel discussion with representatives from four Clinical & Translational Science Awardees (CTSAs): Case Western, University of California San Francisco, University of Colorado Denver, and Oregon Health & Science University
- Small group exercises to share the realities, challenges, and best practices of community and academic research partnerships