Other Education & Training

Browse the list of websites that showcase various materials on community engaged research, from other NIH funded Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA’s) and other sources. 


Community-Engaged Scholarship for Health shares information in the form of videos, manuals, curricula and products developed through health-related community-engaged scholarship that are in forms other than journal articles.

Community-Campus Partnership for Health 

Community-Campus Partnership for Health promotes health through partnerhips between universities and communities. A wide array of information and resources on community engaged research are available.

Community Connect to Research

Community Connect to Research provides a wealth of health information, including information specific to Massachusetts.

CTSA 2 / NIH Community - Training

Indiana University’s project called ctsa2community.org, funded by the NIH, has pulled together resources from other CTSA’s across the country. Examples of these resources include Training and Education, Community Date and Measurement, and Evaluation Tools and Strategies.

The University of Kansas Community Toolbox

The University of Kansas has created the Community Toolbox to to share many resources for building healthy communities. 


The University of Manchester offers information and webcasts on a wide range of research methods in the social sciences. 

PRIMER - Partnership-driven Resources to Improve and Enhance Research (PRIMER)

PRIMER offers an array of tools for partnering for research, beginning with building collaborations, to creating proposals, implementing projects, and disseminating findings. PRIMER was developed by the University of Washington’s Institute for Translational Health Sciences Clinical and Translational Sciences Award (funded by NIH).

The University of Kansas Community Toolbox

The University of Kansas has created the Community Toolbox to to share many resources for building healthy communities.

Community Engaged Research Curricula

Developing and Sustaining Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships: A Skill Building Curriculum

This evidence-based curriculum was created by the Examining Community-Institutional Partnerships for Prevention Research Group. The 7 Units begin with creating an understanding of CBPR, and then lead participants through the process of creating and sustaining partnership for research..

University of Toronto CBPR Training Manual (PDF)

The University of Toronto has created a training curriculum for community members in Pakistan, designed for a low-literate learner. It is built upon experiences that audience can relate to, and is rich with active experiences to engage participants.

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