This resource will provide strategies and considerations to ensuring community stakeholders’ involvement and perspectives are incorporated in peer reviewed manuscripts. Related Directory resource: Writing about Community-Engaged Research for Academic Journals.
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This resource describes key considerations in preparing a manuscript for publication—general principles and those unique to community-engaged research (CEnR). It presents some published CEnR examples. It also briefly notes the types of articles suitable for submission to the journal, Progress in Community Health Partnerships (PCHP) and tips for navigating PCHP review process.View This Resource »
These slides discuss strategies for the involvement of all partners in the interpretation of research findings and how to use a community based participatory research approach for moving from data to action. Includes examples from two CBPR partnerships.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 describes concepts and questions to consider when starting and building healthy relationships with partners. It also provides tips related to avoiding and dealing with conflicts among partners. Download Building Healthy Partner Relationships (PDF)View This Resource »
This document describes ways communities can use community based data to drive the research mission of their organization. It includes discussion of types of data and mechanisms for data collection.View This Resource »
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