The Research Evaluation and Enhancement Program (REEP) was established in 2005 to address persistent health disparities in Ohio. REEP is supported by the Ohio Commission on Minority Health.
It's purposes are to:
- Promote health disparity research
- Facilitate community/academic health research partnerships
- Improve the evaluation of ethnic/cultural health promotion projects
- Build the capacity of community organizations that provide health services to minority communities
REEP is overseen by a steering committee composed of community representatives and faculty from other universities in Ohio who assist in carrying out REEP's mission.
REEP Supports excellence in Minority Health through:
- Program Evaluation
- Capacity Building
- Community Forums
- Research Partnerships