Community-academic partnerships and social change
This book chapter explains how partnerships between social epidemiology researchers and public health practitioners can be improved. The chapter addresses two questions, asked from the perspective of a community-based health program planner: (1) what kinds of evidence should social epidemiology produce to be of use in community-based practice? And, (2) what are the relational characteristics of a community-academic partnership that produces actionable evidence for social change?
Schafer, P. (2012). Community-academic partnerships and social change. In O’Campo, P. & Dunn, J. (Eds.) Rethinking Social Epidemiology: Towards a Science of Change (285-304). New York: Springer. Full Text.
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