CERI works closely with a group of AME Zion faith leaders who are trained research advisors that may be able to help you to gain further insight on developing community-engaged research projects.
The goal of our consultation service is to support meaningful partnerships between academic researchers and community stakeholders. Duke academic researchers and community stakeholders can request a consultation. CERI faculty and staff assess community-engaged research questions and needs and offer recommendations regarding existing resources, tools, other CTSI supports, education and training, and suggestions for potential partners.
Population Health Improvement Awards
Identify and promote the most promising collaborations toward the development of a research question, and provide support to establish pilot data for community-partnered fundable proposals. Learn more about the awards.
E-library for community and research resources
Provides training, videos, and other evidence-based capacity-building tools for research teams and community partners to equitably and fully engage in community engaged research. Visit the eLibrary.
Brings together researchers, community groups, patients, and other stakeholders who work on the same health issue from different approaches across the translational spectrum to spark new and innovative ideas for community-engaged research projects.
Community Consultation Studios (CCS)
Community Consultation Studios promote and support people-centered, community-engaged health research at Duke. Community Engagement Advisors (CEAs) are members of our communities who bring their own life experiences to the research process, working with study teams to improve the way health research is done at Duke.