The CCH works proactively with investigators, stakeholders, and patients before, during, and after the award to ensure that the research is most thoughtfully designed, conducted, and disseminated in ways that maximize lasting positive impacts on health and healthcare. This is achieved primarily by providing a set of services that support the full process of research. Offered primarily through our two programs – the Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities and the Practice-Based Research Program – these include:
- ARCC Resources Directory
Review the list of helpful tools for community, faculty and research teams.
- Consulting and Advice
Learn about how CCH can help researchers succeed in the community setting
- External Resources and Opportunities
Find additional resources to assist you in your research
- Partnership-Brokering & Development
Connecting academic investigators and research teams and community stakeholders and networks/alliances that support them. Includes identifying community stakeholders to serve on advisory boards for research projects.
- Patient, Clinician and Stakeholder Engagement
Patients and clinicians can be lead applicants for PCORI grants and may be seeking partners or assistance in a number of areas
- Seed Grant Funding
Get application information, key dates, and eligibility information
- ShARP (Stakeholder Academic Resource Panels)
Gather stakeholder input on your research studies with a CCH ShARP panel