Research as curriculum: Engaging undergraduates and community residents in immigrant health research partnerships
This paper reports on a project that used a research-as-curriculum model to engage undergraduate students and community members in collaborative community health research. A community health study was designed and implemented collaboratively by students, local community residents, service providers, and faculty, in the context of an undergraduate research that used partnership research as the pedagogy. The development, implementation, and outcomes of this project are discussed.
Martinez, L. S., Perea, F. C., Ursillo, A., Pirie, A., Ndulue, U., Oliviera, C. & Gute, D. (2012). Research as curriculum: Engaging undergraduates and community residents in immigrant health research partnerships. Progress in Community Health Partnerships, 6(4), 491-498. Full Text.
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