University-community partnerships: Bridging people and cultures in an HIV/AIDS health intervention in an African American community
In this article, members of the Communities and Health Disparities Project describe the project, which engaged North Carolina State University, a community-based organization, and members of the African American community to develop a culturally tailored toolkit to correct misinformation about HIV/AIDS. Through conducting the project, the authors identified five strategies for successfully building relationships across diverse cultural groups, which they present.
Thompson, M. S., Head, R., Rikard, R. V., McNeil, C., & White, C. (2012). University-community partnerships: Bridging people and cultures in an HIV/AIDS health intervention in an African American community. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 16(2), 79-106. Full Text.
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