Velma McBride Murry discusses the importance of community input at the beginning of the research process.
Quick Tip - 1 minute 49 seconds
Joe Frascella talks about the ongoing stigma of drug addiction.
Quick Tip - 2 minutes 24 seconds
Anthropology can enhance the research process, states Margaret R. Weeks.
Quick Tip - 2 minutes 21 seconds
Lisa Rey Thomas shares practical advice for conducting collaborative research with Tribal and Native American communities.
Involve key constituents on community research advisory boards, states Charles F. Reynolds III.
Quick Tip - 2 minutes 40 seconds
Find out from Philip J. Leaf why communities should be included in each step of the research process.
Charles F. Reynolds III discusses the value of community research advisory boards.
Quick Tip - 4 minutes 12 seconds
Hilda M. Pantin describes the reciprocal nature of school-based community intervention.
Quick Tip - 1 minute 43 seconds
Robert Saltz talks about issues to consider when your sample size is at the community level.
Quick Tip - 2 minutes 2 seconds
Roger D. Weiss reviews his experience conducting a study sponsored by the NIDA Clinical Trials Network.
Quick Tip - 2 minutes 44 seconds
Richard Davis relates how the Center for Diabetes Translation Research pursues translational science through technology, health, and literacy.
Quick Tip - 2 minutes 28 seconds
Prevention is the future of juvenile justice intervention, suggests Hortensia Amaro.
Quick Tip - 4 minutes 5 seconds
For Margaret R. Weeks, building international connections began with sharing research findings.
Quick Tip - 3 minutes 13 seconds
Philip A. Fisher explains why participatory research with American Indian communities is growing.
Quick Tip - 2 minutes 37 seconds
Luis H. Zayas talks about how the idea for the Center for Latino Family Research Conference began.
Quick Tip - 2 minutes 54 seconds
Richard Davis recommends considering the attitudes and perceptions of a community when conducting research.
Quick Tip - 1 minute 15 seconds
Margaret R. Weeks discusses how she and a team of U.S. and Chinese researchers initiated a participatory community intervention study to promote female condoms among rural sex workers in southern China.
Katherine E. Grimes and Jeannette Adames discuss a systemic approach to assessment, intervention and retention in a comprehensive children’s mental health program.
Kenneth Dodge discusses his experiences working with communities and organizations.
Velma McBride Murry details the importance of establishing a relationship with the community in order to retain participants.
Quick Tip - 2 minutes 18 seconds
Teresa D. LaFromboise suggests hiring intervention staff from the community.
Quick Tip - 1 minute 4 seconds
Margaret R. Weeks discusses how her international team addressed the challenges of implementing a participatory community intervention study to promote female condoms among rural sex workers in southern China.
Jane N. Kogan advises behavioral health researchers to go beyond the four walls of the university.
Quick Tip - 1 minute 20 seconds
Jeannette R. Ickovics explains the difficulty of reconciling the immediacy of community needs with the time-intensive nature of the research process.
Quick Tip - 1 minute 29 seconds
Joe Price suggests that early investigators need to learn from their community partners.
Quick Tip - 1 minute 48 seconds
Velma McBride Murry suggests establishing partnerships with community gatekeepers before recruiting.
Quick Tip - 3 minutes 15 seconds
Maria Elena Torre describes a qualitative approach that focuses on collaboration through action.
Quick Tip - 1 minute 49 seconds
Robert Saltz suggests pairing communities when designing your study.
Quick Tip - 40 seconds
Christie Spence and Thomas Oltmanns discuss how a targeted, personalized strategy proved effective in recruiting and retaining African American men for a study exploring personality, health, and aging.
Bias and acculturation issues affect Latino communities in the US, states Liliane Windsor.
Quick Tip - 1 minute 25 seconds
Kenneth Dodge suggests that researchers should look for opportunities to conduct natural experiments.
Quick Tip - 1 minute 41 seconds
The question for the field now is, 'How do we adapt existing interventions?,' states Luis H. Zayas.
Jeannette R. Ickovics advises analyzing department culture before beginning community-based research.
Quick Tip - 1 minute 8 seconds
Margaret R. Weeks describes the specific challenges of language use in research into culturally-charged topics.
Quick Tip - 2 minutes 46 seconds
Community-based research has real world relevance, says Charles F. Reynolds III.
Quick Tip - 2 minutes 52 seconds
Charles L. Bowden talks about efforts to involve the community in the research process.
Quick Tip - 4 minutes 9 seconds
Dissemination in the community is the primary issue for the field today, states Nancy Gonzales.
Quick Tip - 1 minute 54 seconds
Addressing the Addiction Stigma
Treating Depression in the Community