Community Research Resources
The Integrated Program in Community Research is committed to supporting existing OHSU community research resources and developing new strategies and tools to address barriers in conducting community research. We make these resources available to OHSU researchers and staff and community partners across the state.
We know that there are many more community research resources we have not yet discovered within and beyond OHSU. We welcome your suggestions about other useful resources and those that could benefit from modifications to more appropriately target a community audience. Send us your ideas for new resources to develop or post.
The OHSU Community Research Map is an interactive web-based map that lists OHSU Research Projects by Oregon county; shows depth and breadth of projects, existing connections with communities, helps reveal areas of strength, weakness and opportunity in the realm of OHSU Community Engaged Research. Learn more
"Find a Research Partner" an interactive web-based tool designed to facilitate connections between OHSU investigators and community partners, allows the user to search by researcher name, research areas of interest, organization, project title and location. Learn more
OHSU Community Human Subjects' Protection Team assists OHSU researchers, community researchers and community organizations to assure their research and program evaluation projects protect human subjects from initiation to evaluation and final analyses. The Community Research Consultant provides education, training and technical assistance around the important topic of human subjects' protection. Learn more
The OHSU Evaluation Core is a team of OHSU faculty and staff that helps research project teams measure and describe project outcomes through the design and implementation of effective program evaluation. They work with individuals and programs at OHSU and with community organizations throughout Oregon. Learn more