Join CHER at UNC via Zoom for a publication and collaboration Lunch & Learn with Rohit Ramaswamy and Dana Rice.
What kinds of positive impact do local communities and Carolina researchers come together to create? Explore the power of academic and community-connected partnerships during the first-ever pan-campus Carolina Engagement Week 2022. This weeklong celebration of public engagement will feature events, workshops, stories and other experiences that highlight authentic, effective and sustainable collaborations between UNC-Chapel Hill … Continued
The Center for Health Equity Research at UNC will host members of the RADx-UP CDCC Community Engagement Core team as they share their academic paper - Scaling Up Equitable Access to Community-Based COVID-19 Testing - on common policy barriers Phase 1 RADxUP awardees and their community partners have come up against, and policy strategies that can … Continued
The UNC Center for Health Equity Research’s (CHER) Health Equity Research Intensive (HERI) is a unique opportunity to join other researchers to learn how to design more inclusive health equity research projects.
HERI will introduce you to research methods and tools that emphasize partnership and engagement across all stages of research, from idea conception to budgeting to dissemination. Participating in HERI will equip attendees to effectively center equity in their research.
This talk by Elena Conis, Ph.D. is part of the 2022 Merrimon Lecture Series, presented by the UNC Center for Bioethics.
This talk, presented by Heidi J Larson, Ph.D., is the 2022 Merrimon Lecture, hosted by the UNC Center for Bioethics. CHER is a proud co-sponsor of the Merrimon Lecture.
The UNC Center for Health Equity Research (CHER) is proud to sponsor the National Health Equity Research Webcast. The 2022 theme is “Environmental Justice: The Science, the People, the Politics.” Hear from national leaders and ask questions during a moderated question-and-answer session. This year’s expert panelists are: Ryan E. Emanuel, Ph.D., associate professor of hydrology, … Continued