ITHS Academic/Community Partnership Research Awards
ITHS Academic/Community Partnership Research Awards encourage the development and support of collaborations between academic and community investigators. The proposed work focuses on a problem, issue, or intervention important to the community.
Projects could investigate a community-based health problem, disseminate evidence-based health innovations into practice, target health promotion/prevention, or examine ways to enhance or implement sustainable health programs in community settings.
Previously Funded Projects
Examples of previously-funded projects include:
Tulalip Tribe and Montana State University investigators: Dissemination of an outreach and education instrument concerning chronic respiratory disease and woodstove use in tribal households.
Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic and University of Washington investigators: Impact of the patient centered medical home on health outcomes of low income patients with diabetes.