Research

  • Evaluating the Navajo Community Outreach and Patient Empowerment (COPE) Program

    • Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) -

    • In November 2013, COPE received a three-year grant from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to evaluate the impact of COPE. research seeks to answer: Does the COPE project improve the health of patients who participate? Does the COPE project empower participants (both patients and CHRs), providing an increased sense of control over their lives and their health-related decisions? What are the key ingredients to the success of the COPE Project?

  • CDC Grant:  Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH)

    • Policy, System, and Environmental Change for Healthy Navajo Communities.

    • Broad Coalition across Navajo Nation, including national partners.

    • Objectives: Increase access to healthy foods in local Navajo stores nutrition and Strengthen clinic-community linkages to increase access to chronic disease prevention to young Navajo families.

    • FVRx Program

      Community Health Teams
    • NCHO Program objectives are to Empower students with knowledge of food literacy, to build a network of support & resources for students, to develop and improve communication & writing skills, to be a leader in the community.

Cultural Elements Underlying the Community Health Representative - Client Relationship on Navajo Nation

Strengthening the Role of Community Health Representatives in the Navajo Nation

Glycemic Control and Healthcare Utilization following Pregnancy among Women with Pre-existing Diabetes in Navajo Nation

Community Outreach and Patient Empowerment: A Collaborative Initiative for Chronic Disease Management in Navajo Nation

Primary Care and Survival among American Indian Patients with Diabetes in the Southwest United States: Evaluation of a Cohort Study at Gallup Indian Medical Center, 2009-2016

The efforts described on this page are supported by grants to COPE 501(c)3 and grants to our partner organizations, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Partners in Health.

Community Outreach & Patient Empowerment Program 

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