- Annual Events
- Better Health Through Housing
- Community Engagement and Neighborhood Health Partnership
- Community Assessment of Health Needs
Community Assessment of Needs (UI-CAN)
UI Health has performed three community health needs assessments in recent years. These 2013, 2016, and 2019 reports identify and prioritize the health needs in the communities we serve, and they include discussion of physical and mental health conditions, challenges in accessing care, and the social and economic factors that impact health.
Contribute to UI-CAN Directory of Community Initiatives and Programs
We invite students, staff, and faculty at UIC to submit descriptions of activities that address the social determinants of health, access to care, primary or secondary prevention of disease in Chicagoland communities. We may contact you to learn more about your program and how it can contribute to UI-CAN reports. We plan to make the information shared available to the public through reports and a self-service directory.
UIC Health Sciences College Community Program Inventories
View the efforts underway to address the three community health priority areas (listed below) as identified through the 2019 UI-CAN by the Health Sciences Colleges.
- Addressing social and structural determinants of health
- Improving access to care, community resources, and system improvements
- Primary and secondary prevention of chronic disease
View the College of Applied Health Sciences Community Program Inventory (3 pages, .pdf)
View the College of Dentistry Community Program Inventory (3 pages, .pdf)
View the College of Medicine Community Program Inventory (3 pages, .pdf)
View the College of Nursing Community Program Inventory (3 pages, .pdf)
View the College of Pharmacy Community Program Inventory (3 pages, .pdf)