MICHR has funded five community-engaged research partnerships and projects totaling $45,000. These projects are supported by the Building Capacity for Research and Action funding opportunity. MICHR partnered with Community-Based Organization Partners (CBOP) to create this opportunity, intended to address health consequences stemming from the Flint water crisis.
Are you interested in research that addresses community health in Flint? Apply now for a funding opportunity that funds community-engaged research partnerships and projects addressing community priorities in Flint.
Applicants may request up to $5,000 for partnership development activities or up to $10,000 for conducting small-scale research projects.
Results of a U-M study stressed the importance of addressing self-efficacy among this population to reduce risky behavior, identified the role of everyday life information exposure and use in HIV testing decisions, and developed a new model on how informatics interventions can also be designed as community-level interventions.