Community-Engaged Research and Affiliated Programs

In Primary Care and Population Health we enthusiastically support research efforts that leverage the bidirectional partnerships with community-based organizations (CBOs), to meet community needs. Below are just a few exemplars of ongoing community-partnered research projects from our faculty:


Stanford Youth Diabetes Coaches Program 

Nancy Morioka Douglas, MD, MPH and local, regional, national high school partners

Presence 5 for Racial Justice

Donna Zulman, MD, MS and multiple community partner sites 

 

Collaboration with OCE for research

Additionally, our program shares faculty with and closely coordinates our efforts with Stanford Medicine’s  Office of Community Engagement. We encourage you to check out their site and resources—technical assistance requests for academic-community partnered projects can be made through their site and will be reviewed both by OCE and our program if primary care related.


Recognition and Awards

We are proud of our collaboration in this space, and the recent recognition of two of our faculty by OCE and our learners with the ‘Outstanding Community Engaged Faculty” for 2022:

David Shi-Ann Chang, MD, DrPH

Outstanding Community-Engaged Faculty Award

Temesgen 'Tem' Woldeyesus, MD

Outstanding Community-Engaged Faculty Award