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The Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit available on HIPxChange

Team putting hands togetherThe University of Wisconsin - Madison Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Community‚ÄďAcademic Partnerships component (ICTR-CAP) is organized as a federation of more than 40 programs and centers across the UW-Madison campus and Marshfield Clinic each providing resources to support community-engaged translational research. The ICTR-CAP Steering Committee consists of the faculty directors of federation programs and participates in strategic planning to support resource coordination, identify need areas, and build resources to support community-engaged translational research.

HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Kate Judge develop the Building Community Engaged Research Capacity within a CTSA toolkit to describe strategic planning activities within UW ICTR-CAP to provide practical information to other CTSA leaders on engaging a large number of campus-wide programs in planning activities for community engagement.

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