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Challenges in Sustaining Community-based Participatory Research

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Jennie Joe, PhD, MPH

May 2 2008

44 minutes

617 views

Jennie Joe PhD, MPH discusses challenges in community-based participatory research, avenues for overcoming barriers, strategies for sustaining community partnerships and capacity building in communities.



Guide Questions for this Presentation:

  1. Outline the guideposts for evaluating the sustainability of Community -Based Participatory Research (CBPR). 
  2. Discuss the “tight-rope” that CBPR researchers often have to walk between academic and community expectations. 
  3. What does Joe mean when she says that CBPR is an “alternative paradigm”?
  4. What serves as evidence of sustainability as discussed in the White Mountain/Johns Hopkins, the Center for AI/AN Mental Health Research and the University of Colorado, and the NARTC at the University of Arizona examples?
  5. What are the barriers to CBPR?
  6. What are strategies that Joe shares that make sustainability possible?


Partner:

Center for the Study of Cultural Diversity in Healthcare (CDH)

Series:

Collaborative Center for Health Equity (CCHE) Speaker Series, Community-Academic Research Partnerships

Categories:

Cultural Diversity, Public Health

Tags:

Community-Based Participatory Research, ICTR, Native Americans
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