Getting started in CBPR: Lessons in Building Community Partnerships for new Researchers

June 23, 2015

What skills do researchers need to form successful CBPR partnerships? This article describes the key steps in starting, maintaining, and sustaining CBPR projects. The author addresses many important topics, from pre-research themes like how to set up a community advisory board, to post-research issues such as time concerns for tenure-track faculty. Considering CBPR is a recognized approach to effectively tackle health inequities, it is crucial that researchers have the necessary skills to initiate and cultivate partnerships.

D’Alonzo, K.T. (2010). Getting started in CBPR: Lessons in building community partnerships for new researchers. Nursing Inquiry, 17(4), 282-288. Full Text.

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