UH Population Health Collaboratories are synergistic, research-generating entities where participants work together and draw from knowledge (e.g., theories, concepts, data) and wisdom (learnings) from multiple sectors of society. The collaboratory space is designed for participants to actively learn from each other to and co-create sustainable solutions to persistent or “wicked” problems. Action research is utilized to eliminate health disparities and improve quality of life for all.
Currently, there are four collaboratories in UH Population Health:
- Faith, Justice, and Health Collaboratory
- Men's Health Collaboratory
- Research Training and Mentoring Collaboratory
- Translational Collaboratory