The North Carolina Increasing Trustworthiness through Engaged Action and Mobilization (I-TEAM) Project is one of 11 state teams in the Community Engagement Research Alliance Against COVID-19 in Disproportionately Affected Communities (CEAL). NC I-TEAM is brought together in partnership by Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, the University of North Carolina Center for Health Equity Research, and the Wake Forest School of Medicine’s Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity.
- To use innovative qualitative methods to identify factors that contribute to trustworthiness in COVID-19 information and
- Draw upon community-engaged approaches to improve the COVID-19 messaging and delivery channels targeting communities in NC
- Priority Populations: Hispanic/Latinx; African American/Black; American Indian
To learn more about I-TEAM, click here