A community-based participatory planning process and multilevel intervention design: Toward eliminating cardiovascular health inequities
CBPR methods can facilitate a research process that effectively engages local expertise, is informed by existing public health knowledge, and builds support from various sectors to implement solutions. This article examines a CBPR approach employed by the Healthy Environments Partnership Community Approaches to Cardiovascular Health (HEP-CATCH) to identify and develop intervention strategies. The authors provide background to cardiovascular disease in Detroit, Michigan, and then discuss in depth the three phases of the project: the community assessment, the community action planning, and the implementation of the multilevel intervention to address inequalities in cardiovascular disease. The article concludes with a discussion on how to engage communities in developing strategies to eliminate health inequity.
Shultz, A.J., Israel, B.A., Coombe, C.M., Gaines, C., Reyes, A.G., Rowe, Z….Weir, S. (2011). A community-based participatory planning process and multilevel intervention design: Toward eliminating cardiovascular health inequities. Health Promotion Practice, 12(6), 900-911. Full Text.
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