Partners Respond to COVID-19 Pandemic
In this challenging and unprecedented time, Detroit URC partners continue to do vital work in Detroit and beyond to promote health equity, support collaborative research, and advocate for the most vulnerable. We send our gratitude to them, and to all of you who are working in collaboration to respond effectively to this pandemic. Here are some examples of resource compilations and reports from the ground that we hope will be of assistance:
- University of Michigan School of Public Health: Up-to-date information from the U-M School of Public Health including video, media, and text resources
- Michigan Lifestage Environmental Exposure and Disease Center: Comprehensive list of local, regional, statewide, and international resources, including resources specifically tailored for advocating/organizing for vulnerable communities
- Poverty Solutions at U-M (disponible también en español): Compiled to help people make sense of the new resources becoming available as a result of the rapidly-changing federal, state, and local responses to the coronavirus outbreak
- Resources for Undocumented Communities by state (in English and Spanish)
- COVID313.org: A guide for Detroit families put together by the City of Detroit, the Community Education Commission, and others
- Community-Campus Partnerships for Health: Ensuring Equity in the Time of COVID-19: Community-Campus Partnerships for Health and the UNC Center for Health Equity Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have partnered to launch the webinar series, Communities in Partnership: Ensuring Equity in the Time of COVID-19. Each session will take place on Wednesdays at 1pm EST.
- Resources for Community-Engaged Research Partnerships During COVID-19 Pandemic: The Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities (ARCC) at Northwestern University developed three resources to help community-academic research collaborations consider and address the impact of COVID-19 on health equity and their research projects and partnerships.
- Tool PDF: Staying True to Principles of Engagement in Community-Engaged Research Partnerships during the COVID-19 Pandemic that provides ideas and resources to support community & academic partners.
- Community Document for Sharing Ideas, Questions, & Resources on the same topic to facilitate open sharing of additional ideas and questions. Any one is able to add and share
We will continue to update this as more resources become available. Sending healthy wishes to all.