Center for Community Health and Development

Center for Community Health and Development

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The mission of the KU Center for Community Health and Development (CCHD) is to promote community health and development through collaborative research, teaching and public service. Established in 1975, the KU CCHD joined the Life Span Institute as a distinct center in 1990. The CCHD has developed widely used capabilities for community-based participatory research (including its Community Check Box Evaluation System) and for building capacity for community work (including the Community Tool Box). Recognition of these capabilities led to an official designation in 2004 as a World Health Organization Collaborating Centre.

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Senior Advisor
Associate Director of Health Promotion
Associate Director for Community Participation and Research
Associate Director for Community Tool Box Services
Technology Project Coordinator,
Senior Research Assistant,
Research Assistant,
Research Assistant,
Senior Research Assistant,
Senior Research Assistant,
Community Mobilizer/Research Assistant,
Business and Finance Manager,
Administrative Assistant ,