Research Capacity Building
Data and research on Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and other Pacific Islander (AA&NHOPI) populations is limited or non-existent. A scarcity of such data makes it difficult to prove that AA&NHOPI groups suffer from specific diseases and health conditions.
Community based organizations and health care providers often face many challenges in conducting research activities and projects. These challenges range from a lack of knowledge and skills to funding and staffing resources.
AAPCHO research capacity building programs help increase a community health centers’ ability to conduct community-based research projects.
- Pacific Islander Primary Center of Excellence
- Impact of PRAPARE Social Determinants of Health for Community Health Center Diabetic Patients
- Protocol for Responding to and Assessing Patient Assets, Risks, and Experiences (PRAPARE)
- Increasing CHC Research Capacity
- Partnership in AA&NHOPI Comparative Effectiveness – Building Community Health Centers’ Research Capacity through the Community Health Applied Research Network (PACE CHARN)
- Enabling Services Accountability Project