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 ExamplesView This Resource »
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 […]View This Resource »
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.View This Resource »
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.View This Resource »
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 […]View This Resource »
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.View This Resource »
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