The Community Engagement program is a well-established resource linking investigators and community partners to implement the mission of building capacity and infrastructure for clinical and translational research among investigators, patients, health care providers, policymakers, and community-based organizations. The program leverages institutional centers and resources focused on community and stakeholder partnerships. This resource can help researchers forge relationships with community partners, California health agencies, and elected officials around health and health care issues through collaborations. The Research and Education Community Advisory Board supports health-related communication and partnerships and bridges researchers with underserved communities. The Community Review Board provides a specialized consultation session for health researchers developing community- or patient-centered research proposals. 

Upcoming Event

Science Café

Date: Thursday, May 23, 2019
Time: 6 - 8 p.m.
Location: Old Soul @ Forty Acres, 3434 Broadway, Sacramento CA, 95817

Imagine healthcare that is based on your lifestyle, DNA, and the environment. Join Frederick J. Meyers M.D., Jacqueline Garcia and Fred Stevenson for a presentation about the All of Us research program; a historic national effort to collect data from one million people living in the United States to accelerate research and improve individual and population health through precision medicine.

Free and open to the public, register online.

The Science Café speaker series provides a casual, safe space to have conversations with scientists, and is aimed at engaging the general public in a discussion about research, current events, and other aspects of science that have current public interest.

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