Community-based

 

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Accepting Feedback from the Community

Velma McBride Murry discusses the importance of community input at the beginning of the research process.

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Addressing the Addiction Stigma

Joe Frascella talks about the ongoing stigma of drug addiction.

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Applying Anthropological Principles

Anthropology can enhance the research process, states Margaret R. Weeks.

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Building Partnerships with American Indian and Alaska Native Communities

Lisa Rey Thomas shares practical advice for conducting collaborative research with Tribal and Native American communities.

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Care and Feeding of CRABs

Involve key constituents on community research advisory boards, states Charles F. Reynolds III.

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Changing Lives with Community Partnerships

Find out from Philip J. Leaf why communities should be included in each step of the research process.

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Community Boards Build Legitimacy

Charles F. Reynolds III discusses the value of community research advisory boards.

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Community Relationships

Hilda M. Pantin describes the reciprocal nature of school-based community intervention.

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Community as Unit of Analysis

Robert Saltz talks about issues to consider when your sample size is at the community level.

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Community-friendly Interventions

Roger D. Weiss reviews his experience conducting a study sponsored by the NIDA Clinical Trials Network.

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Consider the Community

Richard Davis relates how the Center for Diabetes Translation Research pursues translational science through technology, health, and literacy.

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Considering the Upstream Factors

Prevention is the future of juvenile justice intervention, suggests Hortensia Amaro.

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Critical Local Connections

For Margaret R. Weeks, building international connections began with sharing research findings.

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Developing Interventions from within the Community

Philip A. Fisher explains why participatory research with American Indian communities is growing.

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Disparate Cultural Constructs

Luis H. Zayas talks about how the idea for the Center for Latino Family Research Conference began.

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Effective Community-Based Research

Richard Davis recommends considering the attitudes and perceptions of a community when conducting research.

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Establishing an International Community-Based Research Study

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.

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Family and Child Involvement and Retention in Youth Mental Health

Katherine E. Grimes and Jeannette Adames discuss a systemic approach to assessment, intervention and retention in a comprehensive children’s mental health program.

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Forming Relationships with Community Leaders

Kenneth Dodge discusses his experiences working with communities and organizations.

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Gaining Sanction from Community Leaders

Velma McBride Murry details the importance of establishing a relationship with the community in order to retain participants.

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Hire From the Community

Teresa D. LaFromboise suggests hiring intervention staff from the community.

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Implementation Challenges in an International Community-Based Research Study

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.

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Importance of Community Stakeholders

Jane N. Kogan advises behavioral health researchers to go beyond the four walls of the university.

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It's Bidirectional

Jeannette R. Ickovics explains the difficulty of reconciling the immediacy of community needs with the time-intensive nature of the research process.

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Let's Work Together

Joe Price suggests that early investigators need to learn from their community partners.

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Opening Doors in Communities

Velma McBride Murry suggests establishing partnerships with community gatekeepers before recruiting.

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Participatory Action Research

Maria Elena Torre describes a qualitative approach that focuses on collaboration through action.

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Randomizing at the Community Level

Robert Saltz suggests pairing communities when designing your study.

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Recruiting and Retaining African American Men for Community-Based Studies

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.

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Researching Latino Participants

Bias and acculturation issues affect Latino communities in the US, states Liliane Windsor.

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Taking Advantage of Natural Settings

Kenneth Dodge suggests that researchers should look for opportunities to conduct natural experiments.

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The Process of Cultural Tailoring

The question for the field now is, 'How do we adapt existing interventions?,' states Luis H. Zayas.

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Timing Community Work

Jeannette R. Ickovics advises analyzing department culture before beginning community-based research.

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Translating Taboo Subjects

Margaret R. Weeks describes the specific challenges of language use in research into culturally-charged topics.

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Treating Depression in the Community

Community-based research has real world relevance, says Charles F. Reynolds III.

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Two Aspects of Community Involvement

Charles L. Bowden talks about efforts to involve the community in the research process.

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What Do We Do Now?

Dissemination in the community is the primary issue for the field today, states Nancy Gonzales.

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Effective Community-Based Research
Richard Davis recommends considering the attitudes and perceptions of a community when conducting research.


Treating Depression in the Community
Community-based research has real world relevance, says Charles F. Reynolds III.



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