Early Career Academic Researchers and COmmunity Based Participatory Research: Wrestling Match or Dancing Partners?
Early career faculty members at academic medical centers face unique obstacles when engaging in CBPR. This paper discusses challenges and opportunities for solutions pertaining to mentorship, time demands, unfamiliarity of colleagues with CBPR approaches, ethical review regulations, and publication and promotion.
Lowry, L. W., & Ford-Paz, R. (2013). Early career academic researchers and community-based participatory research: Wrestling match or dancing partners? Clinical and Translational Research, 1-3. Full Text.
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