Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, Volume 18, Issue 8 (April-2 2021) – 542 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Community-engaged research (CEnR) has emerged as an approach to increase health equity, reduce health disparities, and improve community and population health. We sought to understand how CEnR has been conducted within an emerging academic learning health system (aLHS). We conducted individual interviews with investigators experienced in CEnR at an emerging aLHS in the southeastern United States. Interviews were recorded, transcribed, and analyzed. Twenty themes emerged across six domains: Purpose, Value and Investment, Partnerships, Sustainability, Facilitators, and Challenges. In addition, we identified eight needs that are critical for enhancing CEnR. Results provide insights into how CEnR approaches can be harnessed to build and nurture community–academic partnerships, inform institutional priorities, and improve community and population health. View this paper.
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