Complex challenges require innovative, collaborative action. Because successful partnerships respect and encourage diverse perspectives, they can leverage the strengths of many individuals and organizations. As a result, partnerships form the backbone of our work.
Here, we offer examples of the types of partnerships that help us engage students and the community.
Partnerships fuel our work
Since our founding in 2000, interdisciplinarity is at the heart of the Center for Patient Partnerships’ model. We are excited to announce that UW Madison Division of Extension is joining the schools of Law, SMPH, …June 20, 2022
During COVID we formalized a strong partnership with Meadowood Health Partnership, a small but mighty community health initiative, developing creative ways to tackle the barriers that COVID placed on our clients. Through this partnership, Our …October 12, 2021
Imagine you barely have enough money to pay rent and buy food and you receive a parking ticket because you forgot to move your car to the alternative side of the street. Do you pay …September 8, 2020
When Wisconsin HealthCorps Volunteer Hannah Fleischman was placed as a coordinator with CPP’s Community Resource Navigator Program, she didn’t know what to expect. Now, after a year with the program, Fleischman says the lessons will …September 8, 2020
HERN Develops Innovative Methodology for Studying/Disseminating Patients’ Experiences As use of web-based health information increases, the influence of patients’ experience has also grown rapidly. It can often be difficult, however, for users to identify authentic …August 10, 2020
CPP Co-director and Clinical Professor of Law Sarah Davis joined experts and recognized leaders from the private and public sector committed to engaging patients as active partners to improve quality and patient safety within health …August 10, 2020
Many patients and families enter the health care system already burdened with stressful situations. Legal issues can pose significant challenges when people try to secure a job, find stable housing, build credit, and access services. …August 10, 2020
A new article published by Rachel Grob, director of national initiatives, and her colleagues, examines how depression impacted respondent’s transition from adolescence to emerging adulthood, and built their capacity to form a coherent identity and …July 15, 2020
In the midst of seismic shocks to health care, education, the economy, and society, we welcome new co-directors Sarah Davis and Jill Jacklitz. With their leadership, the Center will continue to advance health justice, addressing …June 15, 2020
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