Research for improved health: Methods, methods and metrics of national study to evaluate community based participatory research partnerships to reduce health disparities
Learning Areas:Diversity and culture
Other professions or practice related to public health
Public health or related research
Social and behavioral sciences
Systems thinking models (conceptual and theoretical models), applications related to public health
Describe the NIH-funded national cross-site CBPR study and its overall goals to use the CBPR Logic Model to evaluate CBPR partnering processes leading to health disparities outcomes. Describe the mixed-methods research design for data collection and analysis of seven case studies and internet surveys of close to 294 partnerships nationwide. List four qualitative and quantitative methods and instruments (with measures and metrics) for data collection and use by other partnerships. Identify preliminary findings and continued mixed methods analyses of promising and best partnering practices based on the findings to strengthen the gold standard of CBPR.
Keyword(s): Health Disparities, Community-Based Partnership
Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: I am the co-Principal Investigator of the national CBPR study, "Research for Improved Health," and lead the qualitative design for this study. I have been a CBPR researcher for over 20 years in substance abuse prevention, adolescent health, and CBPR processes and outcomes.
Any relevant financial relationships? No
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