Community Based Participatory Research

ISBN-10: 1452205817
ISBN-13: 9781452205816
Edition: 2013
Authors: Karen A. Hacker
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Book details

Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/20/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.814
Language: English

Community Based Participatory Research by Dr. Karen Hacker presents a practical approach to CBPR by describing how an individual researcher might understand and then actually conduct CBPR research. This how-to book provides a concise overview of CBPR theoretical underpinnings, methods considerations, and ethical issues in an accessible format interspersed with real life case examples that can accompany other methodologic texts in multiple disciplines.

Dr. Karen Hacker, M.D., MPH , is the Executive Director of the Institute for Community Health (ICH), a community research organization dedicated to CBPR (Community Based Participatory Research). She is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Harvard Medical School (HMS) and the Senior Medical Director for Public and Community Health at Cambridge Health Alliance. She received her B.A. from Yale University, her M.D. from Northwestern University, her fellowship in Adolescent Medicine from Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, and her M.P.H. from Boston University. She has more than 20 years experience working with diverse populations as a public health leader, primary care physician, and CBPR researcher. Throughout her career, she has worked with community partners to catalyze change in both practice and research environments. She served as interim Chief Public Officer for the City of Cambridge and as the Division Director for Child and Adolescent Health at the Boston Public Health Commission before coming to the Institute.

Prospectus
Principles of Community-Based Participatory Research
Overview of Community-Based Participatory Research
The Foundations of CBPR
Why Bother Using CBPR?
When to Use CBPR
Principles of CBPR
CBPR vs. Traditional Research
Strengths and Weaknesses of CBPR
Conclusion
Questions and Activities
Defining the Community and Power Relationships
What Is Community?
Who Represents Community?
The Community Advisory Board and Membership
Power Dynamics
Community Readiness for Research
Rules of Partnership
Maintaining Partnerships
Conclusion
Questions and Activities
Methods for CBPR
Advantages and Challenges of CBPR in the Research Process
The Research Question
Conceptual Model and Theorizing
Choice of Methods
Sampling
Design Considerations
Conclusion
Questions and Activities
CBPR-Step by Step
First Stage: Defining the Community, Engaging the Community, Community Needs Assessment, Identifying the Research Question
Second Stage: Design/Hypothesis Testing, Roles and Responsibilities, Conduct of the Research
Third Stage: Analysis, Interpretation, and Dissemination
Conclusion
Questions and Activities
Translating Research Into Practice: View From Community
Assessing Community Research Readiness
Assessing the Partnership
Time, Resources, and Capacity
Data Collection, Ownership, and Protection
Dissemination of Findings
Translation of Evidence Into Practice
Conclusion
Questions and Activities
Resource
Ethical Considerations in CBPR
Principles of Ethical Conduct of Research
Community Informed Consent
Risks and Benefits From a Community Perspective
Dissemination
When the CBPR Project Ends
Conclusion
Questions and Activities
Conclusions
The CBPR Processes-Step by Step
The Case Examples: The Results
The Future of CBPR
Resources
About the Author

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