Community Participation Partners
Join the chirp study community participation program and get answers for your community
Community-based organizations or grassroots leaders with an interest in children’s health, environmental health, environmental justice and other related issues may enroll in the Documenting Hope Community Participation Program.
As a “Community Participant,” the enrolled organization or leader will be able to obtain access to A Community-based Comparison Report, a top-level CHIRP™ Study data analysis report that compares your community to the full CHIRP™ data set.
The analysis may include rates of diagnoses, most commonly reported health symptoms, most commonly reported health exposures/stressors and similar items. This report may provide valuable support for community leaders looking to document the health impact of environmental exposures.
How Do I Become A Community Participant?
First, Community Participants must meet the following criteria:
- Must be a civil, community-based, not-for-profit, educational or service-oriented organization or be an individual willing to organize a large group of members of your community
- Must have access to a membership list or community group of greater than 50 members, or access to a network of more than 50 people who are parents of children between the ages of 1-15
- Must be willing to recruit individual participants for the CHIRP™ Study from within your community using pre-approved CHIRP™ Recruitment materials
- Must be willing to facilitate the completion of a set number of CHIRP™ surveys.
To learn more or to join the program, please contact Study Administrator, Beth Lambert at [email protected]
IMPORTANT: Personally identifiable information will not be included in any report or communications between the Community Participant and the Documenting Hope Research Team.