The vision of the CU Anschutz Central Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement is to aspire to build a medical campus community that thrives on diversity, equity, inclusion and community engagement; strives to eliminate social injustices and health disparities through measurable commitments, strategic, systemic and sustainable systems of accountability; and demonstrates trust and respect for ALL through inclusive practices and policies.
The mission of the Practice Innovation Program is to foster innovation in health and healthcare. It is a leading source of innovative tools, support, education, evaluation, and research designed to improve healthcare practices, systems, and communities of health.
The Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CCTSI) is a National Institutes of Health funded infrastructure to support shortening the lag time between discovery and routine use of knowledge to improve health. To support this CCTSI’s Community Engagement and Research core funds Community Research Liaisons embedded in communities across Colorado. Our Department has played an important role in the CCTSI Community Engagement and Research core from its beginning.
First developed in 2014, the Farley Health Policy Center (FHPC) is not your average academic health policy center. It partners with communities and states to advance and implement policies to integrate physical, behavioral, and social health.