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Overview and Principles of Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR). Dr. Joyce Moon Howard, DrPH Center for Applied Public Health and the Harlem Health Promotion Center Department of Sociomedical Sciences Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. · Definition of CBPR

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overview and principles of community based participatory research cbpr

Overview and Principles ofCommunity Based Participatory Research (CBPR)

Dr. Joyce Moon Howard, DrPH

Center for Applied Public Health and the

Harlem Health Promotion Center

Department of Sociomedical Sciences

Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health

overview of the iom recommendation on community based participatory research cbpr

· Definition of CBPR

“ A Partnership approach to research that equitably involves community members, organizational representatives and researchers in all aspects of the research process” Israel, BA et al. (2001)

Overview of the IOM recommendation on Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR)

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Overview of the IOM recommendation on Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR)

  • · Conventional research incommunities vs. CBPR research withcommunities
    • · Core Tenets of CBPR
  • a.  "shared ownership of research projects”
  • b.      Community-based analysis of public health issues
  • c.       an orientation toward community action
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Overview of the IOM recommendation on CBPR

      • · Identifying the community in community- based research
      • · Defining “the community” and determining who should be at the table
  • · A community is a locale or domain that is characterized by:
  • -- common symbol systems
  • -- shared values and norms
  • -- mutual influence
  • -- shared needs and commitment to meet them
  • -- shared emotional connection
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Four Models of Community-based Research

1.       Community ignored 2.      Community placed3.       Community informed 4.      Community as partners

principles of cbpr

·   CBPR projects should hold local relevance

·   CBPR should be conducted

with mutual trust and respect

·   CBPR partners recognizes the knowledge and expertise of community partners

·   CBPR research should enhance knowledge and promote change beneficial to the community.

Principles of CBPR

principles of cbpr continued

·   The community should be involved in all phases of the research

·   Research activities should be designed in ways to enhance capacity of community participants.

·   Research findings should be disseminated to the community in language and form which can inform community action

·   Policies concerning ownership of data and authorship of papers should be discussed in open communication and consultation with community partners.

Principles of CBPR (continued…)