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Projects and Partnerships

Our unit is dedicated to studying and improving understanding of family medicine and how family medicine can play a role in eliminating the wide range of health concerns and conditions, as well as population health issues for communities and groups of patients.

We engage in projects on many topics from health literacy to cancer survivorship to HIV transmission reduction. The vast majority of our projects employ community-based participatory research methods or involve intensive collaboration with community partners.

Our partnerships often lead to project activities that take us beyond data collection, intervention delivery and statistical analysis and we push forward with study findings to deliver services or help our partners coordinate approaches for improving the health of those they serve.

We are proud to go beyond our grants and scientific writings to run health fairs, develop and deliver community-based health care services, assist partners with grant writing and provide technical assistance as others design and plan enhanced programs. We are always open to new partnerships and projects.

Please contact us if we can ever be of assistance with writing proposals, designing projects, processing data or strategizing to improve health outcomes for the populations you serve. We are excited to link to new and diverse partners, both locally and nationally. We welcome your inquiries or feedback on ways we can improve our work and service to our constituents.

Do you have a project where we might be able to help?

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Last modified: Jul 18, 2020
Research Director


Allen Greiner, MD, MPH
Research Director and Professor


Interested in partnering on a research study?

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For specific questions:
FamMedResearch@kumc.edu

 

 

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