CAPP 1.0 Project

The CIHR-funded CAPP 1.0 project examined the challenges experienced by African, Caribbean and Black (ACB) communities and identified strategies to build capacity among healthcare providers to effectively address their COVID-19 related health outcomes. The study team conducted:

  • Interviews with ACB people, healthcare providers and policymakers
  • A survey of healthcare providers on COVID-19 knowledge and practices, providers’ preparedness, critical cultural competence, discrimination and ACB people’s access to COVID-19 related services
  • A World Café event to review research findings and identify priority areas with key stakeholders.

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In 2022, the research team launched a follow-up project—CAPP 2.0, which includes an eLearning course made up of five interactive learning modules.

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Project Details

Principal investigator(s)

Etowa, J. (NPI), Nelson, L. (co-PI), Loemba, H. (Knowledge user Co-PI, et al

Project Year(s)

2020, 2021, 2022

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