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Longtime CHeP partner Karl Nichols joins Advisory Board Karl Nichols has an extensive and impressive history of leading community organizations and after several years of being a strong CHeP partner, we are incredibly excited to welcome Karl to the board! Read More
3 minute read Research Jam brought together youth, parents, and community members who work with families, to build a PowerHouse. You walk into a gloomy room with no light. You sit down in a chair and face a stage where Read More
1 minute read The Board Chair has been an outstanding member of the CHeP Advisory Board since 2012. Angie Abbott In her primary role, Angie Abbott is the Assistant Dean of Purdue’s College of Health and Human Sciences as well Read More
There is an exciting opportunity to partner with the Indiana University School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Department of Occupational Therapy as they launch their Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program.  An integral aspect of the program is the development of Read More

December Newsletter

Happy Holidays from CHeP! Check out our newsletter for the latest funding, events and other opportunities we’ve found for you. Newsletter Link http://mailchi.mp/cf23b267c1e3/latest-news-from-chep-468945?e=b5cd3a4b5c Want to get the newsletter emailed to you? Complete this form to register for our newsletter and Read More
3 minute read Gamification of a traditional research method was used to engage participants in a familiar and highly participatory atmosphere. Because of sharp increases in opioid overdoses, emergency doctors at Eskenazi Hospital in Indianapolis developed Project POINT to reach Read More
3 minute read Research Jam developed research activities and helped staff the All IN engagement booth. Last month, Research Jam (AKA CHeP’s Patient Engagement Core) teamed up with their friends at All IN to host a booth at the Indiana Read More
For the first time ever, CHeP offered a new type of research experience for medical students participating in this year’s Indiana Medical Student Program for Research and Scholarship (IMPRS). IMPRS is designed to provide a variety of research opportunities including Read More
Sue Rawl
Sue Rawl A valuable member of the CHeP Advisory Board, Sue Rawl has served since 2012. A professor of nursing at Indiana University, Sue is also a co-leader of the Cancer Prevention and Control Program at Indiana University Simon Cancer Center. Read More
Trailblazer Award Winners
Trailblazer Award partners gathered in Indianapolis to share and celebrate their projects. On April 5 at the beautiful Indianapolis Central Library, CHeP friends and family gathered  to celebrate the 2015 CHeP Trailblazer Award teams. The day-long event featured presentations from 12 project Read More

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