Action-learning collaboratives as a platform for community-based participatory research to advance obesity prevention
One model for implementing and monitoring CBPR is Action Learning Collaboratives (ALCs)—short term, team-based learning processes that are grounded in quality improvement. This paper describes how the Prevention Research Center at Dartmouth has used ALCs with three communities as a platform to design, implement and evaluate CBPR. The authors provide recommendations for using ALCs as a method to promote CBPR and evidence-based obesity prevention through a structured QI approach.
Bazos, D. A., Schifferdecker, K. E., Fedrizzi, R., Hoebeke, J., Ruggles, L. & Goldsberry, Y. (2013). Action-learning collaboratives as a platform for community-based participatory research to advance obesity prevention. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 24(2, Supplement), 61-79. Full Text.
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