CORE is a non-profit research laboratory committed to improving community health. We use surveys, interviews, social network analysis, and mapping techniques to find opportunities to do health care better. CORE works with health organizations and coalitions to design and implement rigorous program evaluations.
ORPRN's Community Engaged Research program, based at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), is focused on developing capacity and conducting health related research in rural and underserved communities in Oregon. ORPRN works with community-based organizations and community health coalitions to evaluate program initiatives and to conduct research that addresses local community health needs.
Based at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), OCTRI is a catalyst for scientific collaboration, translation of biomedical advances into the community, innovation, and research growth. OCTRI offers research and evaluation services including study design and statistical support.
Community Health Advocacy & Research Alliance (CHARA) firstname.lastname@example.org