Developing Capacity to Ignite Effective Community-Engaged Research
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE & CAPACITY BUILDING
Provide leadership, resources, valuable guidance for our partners, Stanford researchers, and Stanford Centers and departments through short and long term technical assistance and activities throughout the year.
Note: For assistance with Research Participation, please visit Spectrum Research Participation "Spectrum provides resources and tools to help Stanford research teams meet their participant engagement and retention goals, with a focus on engaging participants as partners in research."
COMPLIMENTARY SHORT-TERM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
Provide an array of complImentary and fee-based technical assistance and consultation services to faculty, trainees, and community partners. To maximize effectiveness, please connect with OCE as early in the research process as possible.
IN-DEPTH/LONG-TERM TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
Provide community engagement services and staffing on projects requiring more in-depth community engagement components. Community Engagement Seed Grantees are offered one year of free, in-depth or long-term technical assistance to spur growth for projects to generate future funding and research.
FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR TRAINEES & FACULTY
Spectrum (Stanford Center for Clinical and Translational Research and Education) Community Engagement Pilot Awards are awarded annually to faculty, trainees, and their collaborative partners.
Future call for Requests for Proposals (RFP) and more info can be found here
Questions? Please email Wei-ting Chen, PhD, MA, Stanford Medicine Office of Community Engagement, Executive Director
Sponsored by Stanford Center for Clinical and Translational Research and Education (Spectrum)
2022 SPECTRUM COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PILOT AWARDEES
Project 1: Supporting Psychosocial Service Delivery of Resettlement Agencies For Afghan Refugees with Tiyaa Foundation (PI: Rania Awaad; Community Partner: Tiyaa Foundation)
Project 2: En nuestra voz: Immigrant youth perspectives regarding their own assets and needs for success (PI: Ryan Matlow, Community Partner: Ayudando Latinos A Soñar - ALAS)
Project 3: Providing Tools to Engage Employers in Promoting Health, Wellbeing, and Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion for All in Silicon Valley (PI: Sara Singer; Community Partner: Lighthouse Building Back Better, Joint Ventures Silicon Valley)
2021 SPECTRUM COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PILOT AWARDEES
Project 1: Utilizing Digital Technology to Foster Community Engagement and Increase Breast Health Awareness Among Diverse Populations (PI's: Drs. Carla Pugh & Alyce Adams)
Project 2: Community Engagement to Develop a Patient Centered Approach to Anemia in Pregnancy (PI's: Drs. Deidre Lyell & Elliott Main)
Project 3: Leveraging Citizen Science to Promote Healthy Retail Stores and Foster Health Equity (PI: Dr. Abby King)