Research in Action

 

·         Community Engaged Research Advisory Board (CERAB)

The goal of community engaged research at Mayo Clinic is to improve the health of individuals, populations and communities by including community members.  The CERAB will assist the Mayo Clinic CCaTS to ensure that community-engaged and community-placed research at Mayo Clinic is of high quality, respects community values and benefits community members.

CERAB Charge

  • Review and advise Mayo Clinic researchers on community-engaged and community-placed research.
  • Represent community needs in the community-engaged and community-placed research process.
  • Work and communicate with groups, organizations, advisory boards, individuals and stakeholders in the community (community members) to understand and identify community priorities.
  • Help identify community members who could partner with Mayo Clinic researchers to perform community-engaged or community-placed research.
  • Increase awareness for the role that research can play in solving community needs.

 

·    Community Engagement in Research Demonstration Projects

The  Mayo Clinic Center for Clinical and Translational Science is accepted applications for demonstration projects that seek to study new methods and approaches, validate measures of community engagement, and evaluate community engagement processes in ongoing clinical and translational research programs. Click on the link below to learn about the new funded projects.

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