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Collaborative Data Analysis

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.

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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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Building Healthy Partner Relationships

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)

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Sample ARCC Funded Proposals

The attached document includes two samples of successful funded proposals submitted by community academic
teams to the ARCC Seed Grant Program. The first is for a partnership-building grant and the second is
for a CBPR implementation grant. It may be helpful to look at these examples but please keep in mind that it’s
necessary to carefully craft a proposal to meet the specific requirements of the funding opportunity being
pursued.

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Sample ARCC Letters of Intent (LOI)

The attached document is a sample of a successful LOIs submitted by a community-academic teams to the ARCC Seed Grant Program. It may be helpful to look at these examples but please keep in mind to carefully craft a LOI to meet the specific requirements of the funding opportunity being pursued.
For additional Information on the ARCC Seed Grant Program: http://www.nucats.northwestern.edu/funding/seed-grants/arcc-seed-grants/index.html

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Preparing for Discussions with Possible Research Partners

This document can help organizations prepare for discussions with possible research partners (academic or community). Includes 1) things to discuss internally at your organization BEFORE talking with possible research partners; 2) information to give to possible research partners about your organization; and 3) questions to ask possible research partners.

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