Modeling the structure of partnership between researchers and front-line service providers: Strengthening collaborative public health research
This article presents the Provider-Researcher Partnership Model, to account for how provider- and agency-level factors influence providers’ intentions to form partnerships with researchers. The model is based on data from a CBPR study with providers of HIV-related services in New York City. The model can be used to inform researchers’ and providers’ decision making around partnership and to help guide policy makers’ decisions around collaborative research funding.
Pinto, R. M., Wall, M. M., & Spector, A. Y. (2013). Modeling the structure of partnership between researchers and front-line service providers: Strengthening collaborative public health research. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 20(10), 1-23. Full Text.
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