Administration and Leadership
- Our goal is to promote the translation, implementation, diffusion, and adoption of evidence-based interventions and treatments in clinical and community settings, designed to improve the health of diverse populations. We aim to achieve this by following our 4 Ls of Learn, Link, Leverage, and Lead.
- -Plans for growth and sustainability of SCTR/CCHP.
- -Enhances the capacity of academic-community partnerships
- -Evaluates SCTR/CCHP’s research and programs
- -Collaborates and engages with its advisory committee and boards to plan translational research activities and prioritize community health needs Administration manages day-to-day center activities and operations; monitors and track goal attainments, evaluation & reporting
Community Engagement Steering Committee
The Community Engagement Steering Committee provides input on priorities and guides operations and decisions toward meeting goals and outcomes of SCTR/CCHP. Working task forces evolve and exist within the committee for purposes of targeting outcome and impact areas of SCTR/CCHP, while also being informed and guided by identified community driven priorities. These task forces are representative of steering committee, CAB, AAB members and meet monthly to carry out the mission and vision of SCTR/CCHP.
Community Engagement Community Advisory Board
The Community Advisory Board (CAB) consists of community members representing public/private/and government organizations and/or various ethnic/racial, geographic constituencies across the state.
CAB is the voice of the communities which SCTR/CCHP serves. The CAB seeks input from their community members to ascertain what priorities exist where they may live, learn, work, pray and play.
Community Engagement Academic Advisory Board
The Academic Advisory Board is comprised of MUSC faculty members from all colleges and departments and meets on a quarterly basis.