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Basics of Developing Authentic Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships: Principles and Practices

Host
University of Colorado

Contact information
Elaine Belansky
(303) 724-4383
elaine.belansky
@ucdenver.edu

This workshop, codeveloped with the University of Michigan Prevention Research Center, provides the theory behind community-based participatory research; clarifies, broadens, and redefines the roles within community-academic partnerships; and describes strategies for evaluating partnerships. The workshop aims to strengthen the capacity of community-academic partnerships to accomplish participatory research.

Audience
The workshop is intended for community-academic partners. The ideal audience is staff from community-based organizations and public health agencies, academic faculty and staff, and public health students working on community-based participatory research.

Duration
3–4 hours.

 

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