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Community Engaged Research 101
Transcript of Community Engaged Research 101
Community Engaged Research
Step 1 in Research Process
Step 3. Data Collection
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Purpose of Video
Define Community-Engaged Research (CER);
Describe the various ways CER can be done;
Identify the benefits and challenges of CER at various points in the research process; and
Illustrate how your personal involvement in CER can vary based on your needs, interests, and resources
What is CER?
Where does it take place?
What does it look like?
The level of involvement is your choice!
Provider-Based Data Collection Opportunities
Community-Engaged Research Steps
Translation & Dissemination
Identify Research Objectives
Instrument & Assessment
Analyses & Interpretation
Perceived Challenges of CER
The Community and Researchers: Working Together To Design A Research Project
Things To Consider
Community-Engaged Research is:
a learning experience for all partners
Perceived Benefits of CER
McDonald, MA. Practicing Community-Engaged Research. Duke Center for Community Research, Duke Translational Medicine Institute, Duke University. http://cfm.mc.duke.edu/modules/cfm_resrc/index.php?id=1
Community-Institutional Partnerships for Prevention Research Group. Developing and Sustaining Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships: A Skill-Building Curriculum. 2006. www.cbprcurriculum.info.
Frequently Asked Questions about Community-Engaged Research. Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute. Oregon Health Science Center. http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/research/centers-institutes/octri/resources/octri-research-services/cpr-consultation.cfm
Introduction to Principles in Community-Based Participatory Research. Minkler, Meredith, and Wallerstein (editors), Community-Based Participatory Research for Health. Jossey-Bass:: San Francisco. 2003.