CINetwork Usability Studies: MB Community Event-Based STBBI Toolkit

The MB Community Event-Based STBBI Toolkit is no longer accepting expressions of interest. 

The “MB Community Event-Based STBBI Toolkit” is for community-based organizations, peer groups, and event organizers who are not healthcare professionals but want to increase access to STBBI testing in their communities. If you’re a healthcare provider who wants to partner with the community, this toolkit has lots to offer you as well!

This toolkit can be used to plan any sized event, big or small, with its own budget or just the resources you have on hand and in-kind support from partners. To download the toolkit, click here.

Current Study Timeline for 2022:

  • July: Sign Memorandum of Understanding and participate in an orientation
  • July-October: Study period for organizations/communities
    • Assessments and events are carried out
    • Coaching provided
    • Evaluation carried out
  • October-December: Study team analyzes the data and develops a report

Funding Details:
The Toolkit study is providing up to 70% of the funds at the start of the study and up to 30% of the funds at the completion of the study activities.

We thank all applicants for their interest, please check back for more partnership and study opportunities!

Project Leads:

Laurie Ringaert

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