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John J Frey, MD

Faculty Director, Community Health Connections

Professor, Department of Family Medicine

WI Health Improvement and Research Partnerships Forum

September 14, 2011

Community health connections who we are
Community Health Connections:Who We Are

Top row from left to right:

Terry Cohn

Renee Koenig

Gail Kell

Bottom row from left to right:

Nancy Cross Dunham

JoAnne Sabir

John Frey

Faculty and staff located at UW Madison, and at regional locations across Wisconsin

Uw ictr s mission
UW ICTR’s Mission

  • To create an environment that transforms research into a continuum from investigation through discovery and to translation into real-life community practice

    • “In the field of medicine, for example, it is used totranslate the findings in basic research more quickly and efficiently into medical practice and, thus, meaningful health outcomes, whether those are physical, mental, or social outcomes. “

    • Thereby linking even the most basic research to practical improvements in human health

    • Change the UW culture from “silos” to cooperation and collaboration among ICTR members

UW ICTR website link:

Initial principles for community health connections
Initial Principles for Community Health Connections

  • Statewide process following the Wisconsin Idea

  • Learn from UW Extension successes in the field

  • Hire regional staff who “know the territory”

  • Create regional councils

  • Spark and support research in health, broadly defined by the communities themselves

Community health connections 3 areas of focus for our work
Community Health Connections:3 Areas of Focus for Our Work

  • Connecting investigators, community partners

    • Coordinators: Outreach, information gathering

    • Regional Research Councils

  • Supporting research development

    • Consultations, review of grant applications

    • Research support services

  • Dissemination and capacity-building

    • Research forums

    • Skill-building workshops

Outreach and information gathering inventory of research interests expertise projects
Outreach and Information Gathering: Inventory of Research Interests, Expertise, Projects

  • Current projects

    • Objective, intervention, etc.

    • Funding source

    • Plans for dissemination

    • Ideas/needs for moving

      project forward

  • Contact history

  • Type ofservices we’ve

  • provided to projects

  • Contact information

  • Academics/researchers:

    • Institution/campus

  • Community-based orgs:

    • Mission of organization

    • Populations served

  • Research interests, expertise

Currently 637 in database

340 academic researchers

Regional research councils first four years
Regional Research Councils, First Four Years

  • Initial ICTR Proposal re Community Engagement

    … create regionally-based research resources, programmatically linked to the UW-SMPH and the ICTR, which will:

    • engage communities with investigators

    • build trust

    • support research protocols

    • facilitate dissemination of research results

  • Our work with Councils, 2008 - 2011

    • Infrastructure and relationship building, information sharing, dissemination

  • Regional research councils

    Research champions for regional research resources, interests, ideas

    Councils in 3 of our 4 regions (N, NE, SW)

    Convened and staffed by coordinators

    Diversity of academic, community interests

    UW system, other campuses, UW Extension

    Public health, community health centers, health systems

    Non-profits, AHEC, school systems, business

    Quarterly meetings

    Bi-directional communication

    Regional Research Councils

    Connecting to collaboration with other organizations
    Connecting to, Collaboration with Other Organizations

    • UW Extension

    • UW System campuses

      • UW-Stevens Point

      • UW-Milwaukee

      • UW-Eau Claire

      • UW-La Crosse

      • UW-Oshkosh

    • La Crosse Medical Health Sciences Consortium

    • WI Institute for Public Policy and Service (WIPPS)

    • Medical College of Wisconsin’s CTSI

    • Mayo Clinic Center for Translational Science Activities

    Connecting to collaboration with other wi partnership program efforts
    Connecting to, Collaboration with Other WI Partnership Program Efforts

    • Wisconsin Partnership Program, OAC grants:

      • Program funding information dissemination

      • Locating potential academic partners

      • Grant-writing workshops, technical assistance

      • Review of grant applications

    • Survey of the Health of Wisconsin (SHOW)

    • UW Population Health Institute

      • WI County Rankings

      • Making Wisconsin the Healthiest State

    Connecting to collaboration with other ictr community engagement components
    Connecting to, Collaboration with Other Program EffortsICTR Community Engagement Components

    • Community-Academic Partnership Core (CAP)

      • “Type 2” pilot, community collaboration grants

      • Other CAP community engagement resources:

        • Wisconsin Research and Education Network (WREN)

        • Community-Academic Aging Research Network (CAARN)

        • Sonderegger Research Center (Pharmacy)

        • Public Health Practice-based Research Network (Nursing)

    • Collaborative Center for Health Equity (CCHE)

    Dissemination and skill building research forums and conferences
    Dissemination and Skill-building: Program EffortsResearch Forums and Conferences

    • Community Health Research Forums:

      • Sharing Conversations in a Research Café

        • UW Stevens Point, March 2009

      • Making Connections to Make a Difference

        • Milwaukee, November 2009

    • Collaborations, Co-sponsorships - 2011:

      • UW Extension, Healthy WI Communities Conference

        • Stevens Point, October 2011

      • WI Health Improvement and Research Partnerships Forum

        • Madison, September 2011

      • Making Parity Real: A Statewide Dialogue on Policy Changes for Improving WI’s Addiction and Mental Treatment System

        • Madison, August 2011

    Dissemination and skill building workshops and seminar series
    Dissemination and Skill-building: Program EffortsWorkshops and Seminar Series

    • Conducting “Real World” Evaluation of Public Health Programs and Interventions

      • WPHA Pre-conference Workshop

      • Appleton, May 2011

    • Accessing Online Library Resources

      • UW Stevens Point

      • August 2011

    • 2011 MCERN Seminar Series

      • (Milwaukee Community Engaged Research Network)