SHAC is committed to assisting in the development of projects that are in line with our mission of quality patient care, sustainable community initiatives, and interdisciplinary service-learning. SHAC is interested in helping all students in the health professional schools plan and develop their projects, and ease the difficulties in bringing together an interdisciplinary group of volunteers.
Here you can find,
- A description of the process for requesting SHAC's help with the development of your project.
- A summary of the proposed, in-development and active projects.
If you are interested in developing a project with SHAC's assistance (including expanding services offered at an existing SHAC program), please go to the Project Proposal Process page.
See the following pages below for current project-specific information:
Preliminary proposal written and under consideration by SHAC. Proposed projects have not met with the project management officer.
Currently recruiting additional team members as well as developing scope, time, and budget. In-Development projects have been discussed with the project management officer but not completed a project charter.
Planning and development phases are complete; actively worked on by a project team. Active projects have been fully approved by the project management officer and have commenced as stated in the charter.
- Flourish: Health Where You Are Planted
- Quality Improvement Project by the Institute of Healthcare Improvement - UNC Chapter
- Seasonal Self-Care Strategies by the Carolina Association of Pharmacy Students (CAPS)
- UNC Fitness Breaks and Checks
Previous projects that reached the end of their contracted term with SHAC and have not become long-term SHAC programs. Completed projects are no longer active within the SHAC organization.
If you are interested in serving as a volunteer on a proposed, in-development or active project, please go to the Prospective Volunteers - UNC Students page, select "Student Projects" on the "Clinic/Program of Interest" field and indicate your project of interest in the "Additional Comments" field.