Crossroads Clientcare Longitudinal Database: Community-Engaged Data Collection for Population Health

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In this interview, Dr. Sandi Pruitt and Dr. Tammy Leonard discuss their engagement in CARE, a community academic partnership improving the lives of low- and middle-income residents through evidence-based research. They also discussed their groundbreaking new data resource that emerged from and serves this partnership, the Crossroads Clientcare Longitudinal Database (CCLD), and how it represents a vision for what they call Community-Engaged Data collection, an important source of new science on the health impacts of food assistance delivery programs, and a resource for population health researchers and change makers.

Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science (IAPHS) Blog.

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