Community Based Participatory Research. Bethany Hall-Long, PhD, RNC, FAAN Professor Nursing and Joint Faculty Urban Affairs, University of Delaware DE State Senator, District 10 Michael P. Rosenthal, MD Chair, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Christiana Care Health System
Bethany Hall-Long, PhD, RNC, FAAN
Professor Nursing and Joint Faculty Urban Affairs,
University of Delaware
DE State Senator, District 10
Michael P. Rosenthal, MD
Chair, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Christiana Care Health System
Professor of Family and Community Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University
CBPR is a collaborative research approach
Designed to ensure and establish structures for participation by communities affected by the issue being studied
Includes representatives of organizations and researchers in all aspects of the research process
To improve health and well-being through taking action, including system and social change.
(1) co-learning issues of concern and the issues that can be studied with CBPR methods and reciprocal transfer of expertise;
(2) sharing of decision-making power; and,
(3) mutual ownership of the products and processes of research.
Translational Research Continuum (T1, T2, T3)
Community Engagement and Research (CER)
Establish a new infrastructure that actively involves the community in setting clinical and translational research priorities, catalyzes new community and institutional interactions that align community health needs with research initiatives, and facilitates informed participation relevant research by the community.
Develop new community-institution partnerships in clinical and translational science;
Increase community member knowledge about clinical and translational science research,
Promote community awareness of research initiatives that are aligned with community health needs, and,
Improve community access to opportunities to register for research studies of interest.
Identify, train, and mentor community leaders and healthcare providers and institutional trainees, researchers, and scholars in the principles and practices of community-based participatory research;
Increase the participation of diverse populations in clinical and translational science research; and promote the dissemination of research findings.
Who are we?
RNs, SW/anthropology, Community health/educator, Public health professional, Researchers, physicians
2. What do we want to do?
Interests: teaching (4), research (7), service delivery (8), social entrepreneurship (2), process & connectivity (1)
3. What resources do we have locally?
Knowledge; interest; contacts
4. What resources do we need to obtain?
Structure to be able to collaborate & connect
Survey on GH interests (model after TJU?)
5. What is the next step?
Continued interaction: virtually, listserve, meeting
Recognition of mutual respect, collective engagement, interdisciplinarity
Matthew Hoffman, CCHS
David Paul, CCHS
Diana Dickson-Witmer, CCHS
Ayyappan Rajasekaran, Nemours
Roger Kobak, University of Delaware
Judy Herrman, University of Delaware
Cynthia Robbins, University of Delaware
Roger Harrison, Nemours
Stephen Lawless, Nemours
Neil Goldfarb, TJU