Comprehensive Partnerships to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities
Initiated in 2001, Comprehensive Partnerships to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities (CPRCHD), formerly known as the Minority Institution Cancer Center Partnership (MI/CCP), is a program that enables institutions serving racial/ethnic and/or underserved communities with cancer health disparities and NCI-Designated Cancer Centers (CCs) to train scientists from diverse backgrounds in cancer research and to effectively deliver cancer advances to racially and ethnically diverse communities.
The overall goals of the program are to:
- Build research and training capacity at underrepresented-serving institutions.
- Create stable, long-term collaborations between institutions serving racial/ethnic and/or underserved communities with cancer health disparities and CCs in research, training, career development, and outreach.
- Improve effectiveness of CC research, education, and outreach for underserved populations.
- Export successful approaches for addressing disparities to all CCs and other key networks and consortiums.
CPRCHD establishes partnerships through two mechanisms:
- Feasibility Studies for Collaborative Interaction for Minority Institution/Cancer Center Partnerships (P20)
- Comprehensive Partnerships to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities (U54)
Learn more about these mechanisms and corresponding PAR and RFA.
- CPRCHD Goals and Objectives
Find goals and objectives, as well as a graphic representation, of the CPRCHD program.
Listing of Current CPRCHD Partnerships
View detailed information about NCI/CRCHD’s currently funded CPRCHD partnerships.
CPRCHD Historical Information
Find useful information about the development of the CPRCHD program.