Training partnership dyads for community-based participatory research: Strategies and lessons learned from the Community Engaged Scholars Program
This paper describes a unique campus-community training initiative for CBPR, the Community Engaged Scholars Program (CES-P), which is run by the South Carolina Clinical & Translational Research Center for Community Health Partnerships. The CES-P provides simultaneous training to community and academic partners during an 18-month program. Program elements include 12 monthly interactive training sessions, mentorship with apprentice learning opportunities, and funds for a CBPR pilot project. The development, implementation, evaluation framework, and initial outcomes of the CES-P are described. The CES-P has early promising outcomes as a potential model for CBPR training.
Andrews, J. O., Cox, M. J., Newman, S. D., Gillenwater, G., Warner, G., Winkler, J. A.,…Slaughter, S. (2013) Training partnership dyads for community-based participatory research: Strategies and lessons learned from the Community Engaged Scholars Program. Health Promotion Practice, 14(4), 524-533. Full Text.
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