Aim: To investigate the social, economic, legal, political and organisational factors influencing the emergence and control of TB in migrant African communities in Westminster, London.
Method: Surveys, interviews, community consultations with migrant Africans and key stakeholders from multiple sectors. Members of the community were engaged as research partners from the beginning and involved in all stages of the research process. They were recruited to a Community Advisory Panel overseeing the research as well as being employed as Community Research Fieldworkers.
Findings/recommendations: The involvement of community members was formally evaluated through questionnaires and feedback forms. The evaluation of the Community Advisory Panel showed that it:
The evaluation of the Community Research Fieldworkers showed that:
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Categories: health public health Designing research Managing research Undertaking research impact on research impact on service users involved impact of public involvement report Recruitment Implementation and change
Date Entered: 2007/04/03
Date Edited: 2012/12/06