Community Based Participatory Research

How do I create partnerships between the community and research teams to conduct research?

Key Points

  • Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) is an approach that centers around community interests to achieve relevant results for those involved.
  • The goal of CBPR is to collaborate with the community, often involving an interdisciplinary team that seeks direct community input into all parts of the research process.
  • CBPR can be applied to mitigate health disparities and improve health outcomes for populations that have been historically underrepresented or marginalized.

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