UNC CFAR Community Advisory Board

 

Communicative, outreach and advisory relationships are strong and defining features of the UNC CFAR Community Advisory Board.  Community stakeholder input and their investment in the worth, conduct and products of the UNC CFAR research agenda are transformative in that there will be apparent, able and engaged community voices guiding the research process. The UNC CFAR Community Advisory Board is managed and coordinated by the CODE Office.
 

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Comprised of 45 local stakeholders, the UNC CFAR Community Advisory Board (CAB) is critical to the success of the CFAR endeavors and is an independent source of guidance and feedback for the Principal Investigator, the program leadership and researchers. In order to provide community-based guidance and input into the conduct, research agenda and outcomes of the UNC CFAR, the CAB meets 3-4 times per year with communications in-between meetings.

 

CAB membership includes representatives from the following:

  • Alliance of AIDS Services
  • AIDS Community Residence Association
  • FHI 360
  • RTI
  • Wake County Human Services
  • NC Division of Health Service Regulation
  • North Carolina A&T University (HBCU)
  • NC Central University (HBCU)
  • Wellness & Education Community Action Health Network
  • Central Carolina Health Network
  • UNC Counseling and Wellness Services
  • Fayetteville State University (HBCU)
  • Durham County Health Department
  • Chatham County Public Health Department
  • Piedmont HIV Health Care Consortium
  • TROSA
  • North Carolina AIDS Action Network
  • Department of Defense’s Army Substance Abuse Program
  • Chatham Social Health Council
  • Carolina-Shaw Partnership for the Elimination of Health Disparities
  • NC Division of Public Health
  • UNC Institute for Global Health and Infectious Diseases

 

 
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