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 »
This document contains examples of dissemination products and activities for three community-academic partnerships. Related Directory Resource: Dissemination of Research Findings to Community Audiences Download Collaborative Research Disssemination Examples (PDF)View This Resource »
Research projects or partnerships may want to develop a project website or other electronic media (blog, facebook, twitter). This resource shares some possible uses or features of website or other media and provides an extensive list of examples from across the US and Canada. Download Project website examples (pdf)View This Resource »
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 »
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