Community-Engaged Research and CBPR Background/ Educational Tools

Dissemination of Research Findings to Community Audiences

This document contains guidance for research partnerships about collaboratively disseminating project information and findings- including things to consider when preparing a dissemination plan and ideas and resources for getting findings out to both community and academic audiences. Related Directory Resource: Collaborative Research Dissemination Examples

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NIH Biosketch for Community Partner: Guidance & Samples

When a community partner is participating on a research team submitting a grant proposal to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), they may be required to submit a biosketch. NIH recently changed the required format for the biosketch. This is the link to the official template for the new format: http://grants.nih.gov/grants/funding/424/SF424R-R_pilot-biosketchsample_VerC.docx It may be unclear or uncomfortable for […]

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Community, Patient, and Clinician Engagement in Research: Key Considerations & FAQs

This document provides a series of key considerations related to incorporating engagement into different phases of a research project: 1) Getting Started, 2) Implementation, and 3) Dissemination. These are intended to be useful regardless of the type and amount of engagement a research project uses. The document is also intended to be a resource for preparing grant applications that require or suggest patient/community/stakeholder engagement. It is framed for academic researchers but may be useful to review for community partners as well.

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Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) 101

These slides present the basic principles of CBPR, as well as background on why and how this approach to research is used, benefits, etc. design.

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Patient and Stakeholder Engagement in Patient Centered Outcomes Research (PCORI)

This document discusses the potential role of patients and other stakeholders (including caregivers, community members, community organizations,  public agencies, etc.) in a PCORI submission and the process involved in obtaining patient and other stakeholder input during the planning process and throughout a funded PCORI project. Download Patient and Stakeholder Engagement in Patient Centered Outcomes Research […]

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Introduction to Research Design

These slides present common research designs, issues to consider when choosing the appropriate design for a project, and case study of how a community-academic research partnership made decisions about their research project design. It may be helpful for community partners to review and consider this background in advance of those conversations.

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