The Center for Community Health (CCH) provides opportunities for training and development to Northwestern University and Feinberg academic and community partners on using a collaborative research approach to addressing community health issues. Learn more about upcoming educational opportunities, workshops, and presentations via our Events section.
Find descriptions of our training events and past presentations, recorded seminars, and other media via the links below.
Workshops, Seminars, and Training Events
The CCH and its two programs: the Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities (ARCC) and the Practice-Based Research Program (PBR-P) provide training, learning opportunities, toolkits and other resources for Northwestern academic and community partners.
These activities and resources focus on a collaborative approach to research that address community heath issues that cover a broad range of activities from partnership-building, to study design and implementation, to career development. For a current schedule of sessions and detailed information, please visit the CCH events page.
You may access the ARCC Resource Directory, an online website providing access to materials and resources to help interested community and faith-based organizations and academic partners to learn how they can build capacity to conduct community-engaged research and support strengthening and sustaining partnership.
Programs and Courses
Learn more about the available educational programs and courses related to research in the field of community health at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and the broader university
- Program in Public Health
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine's Program in Public Heath (PPH) strives to educate professionals to span the boundaries between their professional fields - medicine, basic science, anthropology, among others - and public health.
- Grantsmanship for the Research Professional
Learn more about the course focused on enhancing the grant process skills of early to mid-career investigators via the Faculty Affairs Office website.