Abstract: Community-based participatory research (CBPR) often aims to reduce health inequalities, but it is unclear how it does this. The authors developed and tested a CBPR conceptual model to try to address this question. They conducted a three stage survey to ask researchers about the details of the model and how well it worked. They also carried out seven in-depth qualitative case studies to test the model. They conclude that the model worked well and helped to explain how the context and the nature and dynamics of the partnerships influenced the short-term and long-term changes to community health.
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Categories: public health impact on implementation and change nature and extent of public involvement in research impact of public involvement journal article
Date Entered: 2018/11/28
Date Edited: 2018/11/28