Putting it into Practice

Title: Creating mechanisms for meaningful collaboration between members of urban communities and university-based HIV prevention researchers.
Author: McKay, M., Hibbert, R., Lawrence, R., Miranda, A., Paikoff, R., Bell, C., Madison-Boyd, S., Baptiste, D., Coleman, D., Pinto, R. & Bannon, W.
Date Published: 2007
Reference: Social Work in Mental Health, 5(1/2), 147-168.
Are service users or carers authors: No/Not Known

Abstract: This article describes the work of a Community/ University Collaborative Board which oversees a number of research projects that focus on HIV prevention and mental health for young people and their families. It describes how the Board members were recruited and how they have worked together an HIV project. The authors describe the process as well as the lessons learned.

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Date Entered: 2009/01/28

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