Items Tagged ‘CBPR’

September 3, 2014

Collective Insights on Collective Impact

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

Sponsored and curated by the Collective Impact Forum, “Collective Insights on Collective Impact,” which appears in Stanford Social Innovation Review’s fall issue, shares cutting-edge thinking from 22 practitioners, funders, community organizers, and thought-leaders. Through the diverse voices of the authors, you can dive deeper into important collective impact topics such as public policy, evaluation, sources […]

View full entry

Tags: CBPR, collective impact, Community Engaged Research, Community Engagement, Education, ocerblog.mayo.edu, social-networking


August 28, 2014

How do you evaluate storytelling intervention?

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

Q & A during the CTSC 5070: What Every Researcher Should Know About Community Engaged Research

View full entry

Tags: CBPR, Community Base Participatory Research, Community Engagement, Research, storytelling


July 17, 2014

Healthy Immigrant Families: Evaluation of Engagement Processes in a Community-Based Participatory Research Program

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

Abstract Our central hypothesis is that careful assessment of community-based participatory research (CBPR) projects and partnerships may identify specific participatory processes that are associated with positive outcomes.  In phase 1, we will conduct semi-structured interviews with key community and academic stakeholders from a large ongoing CBPR project across multiple domains outlined in an existing conceptual […]

View full entry

Tags: CBPR, CCaTS CEnR, Community Base Participatory Research, community building, Community Engagement, Education, Mayo Clinic, ocerblog.mayo.edu, partnerships, Research


July 17, 2014

Development of Methods for Engaging Patients with a Range of Disabilities in Patient Advisory Committees

By Miguel Valdez Soto Miguel Valdez Soto

Abstract Background Stakeholders with disabilities are typically engaged in studies that only: focus on a specific disability, address rehabilitation care, and use restrictive qualitative methods. We aim to evaluate methods for engaging patients with a range of disabilities in an advisory committee focused on healthcare equity. Methods We will use Participatory Action Research (PAR) methodology […]

View full entry

Tags: CBPR, CCaTS CEnR, Community Base Participatory Research, community building, Community Engagement, Education, Mayo Clinic, ocerblog.mayo.edu, partnerships, Research


Contact Us · Privacy Policy