Citing Michigan CEAL

Standardized Acknowledgement

All publications, presentations, and other dissemination-related activities that use Michigan CEAL: Communities Conquering COVID (MICEAL) information and/or data will include the following: 1) basic project description, 2) the list of partners, and 3) the standard funder acknowledgement (see below). When relevant – for example, slides, videos, handouts - the MICEAL logo should be included.

Basic Project Description: The Michigan CEAL: Communities Conquering COVID (MICEAL) Partnership is a community-based participatory research partnership working to enhance knowledge and understanding and reduce COVID-19 inequities among communities most impacted by the pandemic.

Steering Committee Partners Include: Community and health agency partner organizations from Genesee County (Bridges Into the Future, Community-Based Organizations Partners – Community Ethics Review Board (CBOP-CERB), National Center for African American Health Consciousness); Kent County (Health Net of West Michigan, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services - Kent County, Spectrum Health); Washtenaw County (Buenos Vecinos, New West Willow Neighborhood Association); and Wayne County (Community Health and Social Services (CHASS), Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation (DHDC), Eastside Community Network, Institute on National Social Inequities and Gaps in Health and Health Treatment (INSIGHT)); and the University of Michigan School of Public Health and Michigan Medicine.

Standard Funder Acknowledgement: This research is supported by the National Institutes of Health (1 OT2 HL 156812).