For underrepresented communities especially, partnering with grantees makes sense, says CCHE’s Maggie Jones.
Two Group Health members talk about what it was like to be co-investigators on a study from the national Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute.
Explore healthy living in Washington’s two most populous counties with Neighborhood Health Link, an online resource sponsored by Group Health.
March is #WomenWhoBike month. GHRI's Susan Brandzel reviews Seattle’s new bike-sharing program: Is it really just hop on and go?
Group Health Research Institute’s Center for Community Health and Evaluation conducted a three-year evaluation to assess the impact of health impact assessments in the United States and to identify elements critical for success.
CCHE is meeting the challenge of skyrocketing demand for community health evaluation, which is driven by several factors. Rising interest in CCHE services also comes from the national trend toward “place-based” programs that address local health issues.
GHRI’s Center for Community Health and Evaluation welcomes its new director, Allen Cheadle, PhD, and thanks founding director Bill Beery, MPH. Dr. Cheadle's plans include increasing collaborations with the Institute’s scientific researchers.
Our Seattle offices sit on the occupied land of the Duwamish and by the shared waters of the Coast Salish people, who have been here thousands of years and remain. Learn about practicing land acknowledgment.