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 »
Developing an action plan for your organization may help the process of incorporating and embedding research or community-based participatory research (CBPR) into your organization. This document includes a step by step guide on how to develop and maintain and action plan, a template action plan, and some sample goals/objectives. Related Directory Resources: Assessing Your Organizational Research Environment, Considering/Developing Your Organization’s Research PurposeView This Resource »
This document includes two examples of a job/intern description used by a community-based organization to hire a research coordinator. These may be useful to other CBOs interested in creating or revising job or intern descriptions related to research.View This Resource »
This document presents information and strategies for community partners to use when developing research questions. If research will be conducted in partnership with academic partners, this process should include input from and discussions with the academic partners. It may be helpful for community partners to review and consider this background in advance of those conversations.
Includes a link to two video presentations of this information.
This document includes tips and guidelines for academic researchers when considering engaging community-based
organizations to conduct build a partnership and conduct research. These are categorized into three sections: prior to
initiating research, during the research and after the research takes place.
It is important for community partners to understand the Institutional Review Board (IRB) process involved in the research project. An institutional review board is a committee that has been formally designated to approve, monitor, and review research involving humans with the aim to protect the rights and welfare of the research subjects. This document summarizes the various components of an IRB application and includes questions to consider and other relevant resources.View This Resource »
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