Basics of Community Engagement:

  • The Partnership Trust Tool (CDC) is designed to engage academic, community and public health practice partners in a dialogue about trust and develop strategies for enhancing trust.

  • The Principles of Community Engagement, second edition 

    The Second edition offers guidance and tools to public health professionals, health care providers, researchers, and community leaders on methods to engage partners in projects that may improve public health through community engagement.

  • UCSF Community Engagement FAQs

    A variety of resources, training modules, surveys geared toward providing community engagement support.

Tools for Engagement

On-line Training:

Methods for partnering with community-based organizations and clinicians from UC San Francisco:

Tools for Dissemination

Community Engagement and Environmental Health:

  • Healthy People Environmental Health
    Environmental health consists of preventing or controlling disease, injury, and disability related to the interactions between people and their environment. The Healthy People 2020 Environmental Health objectives focus on 6 themes, each of which highlights an element of environmental health. Creating health-promoting environments is complex and relies on continuing research to understand more fully the effects of exposure to environmental hazards on people’s health.
  • Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce is a collaboration of U.S. government agencies, public health organizations, and health sciences libraries which provides timely, convenient access to selected public health resources on the Internet (including environmental health). Their mission is to help the public health workforce find and use information effectively to improve and protect the public's health.
  • The PHI mission is to generate and promote research, leadership and partnerships to build capacity for strong public health policy, programs, systems and practices, particularly in California, but also nationally and world-wide. PHI educates the public and policy makers about the impacts of climate change on public health. Supported by a diverse group of funders, PHI offers technical expertise on a broad range of environmental health issues.
  • The membership of the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) include the 2,800 local health departments across the United States. NACCHO’s mission is to be a leader, partner, catalyst, and voice for local health departments in order to ensure the conditions that promote health and equity, combat disease, and improve the quality and length of all lives. NACCHO developed the Protocol for Assessing Community Excellence in Environmental Health (PACE EH), a methodology to guide local communities in identifying and addressing environmental health priorities. NACCHO also has e-learning modules on community environmental health assessment.
  • APHA champions the health of all people and all communities. They speak out about public health issues and policies backed by science. They publish a practical guide book which can be used to help prepare the public health community for the challenges of climate change. This guidebook is a translation of a six-part webinar series hosted by APLA and CDC.

How to seek Assistance about Community Engagement Strategies and Dissemination Ideas at UCD: