Research & Outreach

Michigan CEAL is proud to support community vaccine clinics and community-based participatory research in Wayne, Washtenaw, Genesee, and Kent Counties to understand and reduce COVID-19 health disparities among minority communities in Michigan.


COMMUNITY VACCINE SITE SUPPORT

Michigan CEAL has proudly supported over 60 community vaccine clinics in Wayne, Washtenaw, Genesee and Kent Counties since May 2021, serving at least 2,300 people.

If you are interested in receiving support from Michigan CEAL for your vaccine clinic, please submit a request here.

MIMACS is a reliable source for timely and relevant public opinion data in changing Michigan communities. MIMACS builds off the successful deployment of the Detroit Metro Area Communities Study (DMACS), a representative panel survey of adult residents of the city of Detroit that launched in 2016. Under MIMACS, similar panel surveys will be launched in Flint and Ypsilanti (including Ypsilanti City and Township) in February, 2022.

The Detroit Metro Area Communities Study (DMACS) regularly surveys a broad, representative group of Detroit residents, making it a reliable source for timely and relevant public opinion data in a changing Detroit. Michigan CEAL partnered with DMACS to collect information on Detroiters' attitudes toward and behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic.

LATEST DMACS SURVEY RESULTS

INTERVIEWS & FOCUS GROUPS

Michigan CEAL is conducting in-depth individual interviews and focus groups to better understand African American/Black and Hispanic/Latinx community perspectives on COVID-19, its mitigation strategies, vaccines, clinical trials, information sources, and the impact of the pandemic.

READ MORE ABOUT THE INTERVIEWS & FOCUS GROUPS

Michigan Primary Care Association Partnership

The Michigan Primary Care Association worked with the Center for Health Communications Research to develop materials to help healthcare workers talk to their patients about the COVID-19 vaccine. Communication guides, videos, and other resources were created for healthcare workers to use.

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TAKE THE MIC

Take the Mic is a research project and contest celebrating everyday heroes saving lives one precautionary measure at a time. The contest invited community members to create their own COVID-19 prevention messages.

Go to takethemic.org to view winning entries!