4183.0 Taking CBPR to Another Level: Community-Academic Partnership

Tuesday, November 10, 2009: 12:30 PM
Co-learning and collaborative decision-making are paramount to the philosophy of CBPR. This oral session will highlight several long-time community-academe partnerships. Speakers will describe the characteristics of authentic community-based efforts that foster these principles.
Session Objectives: Describe methods for sustaining projects within the community Discuss the implications of community representation in public health research Describe methods to develop collaborative relationships with academician

12:45 PM
Photovoice: Seeing the voices of an urban African-American community participating in a Community-Based Participatory Research project
Kendra L. Daniel, MGS, Lena L. Grafton, MPH, CHES, Mildred E. Lowe and Peter J. Whitt, MSW, LSW
1:00 PM
Using objective methodology to engage African-American community partners in community-academic research
Gina Curry, BS, Janine Lewis, MPH, Knesha Rose, MPH, Geraldine Peacock, RN and Virginia Bishop, MD, MPH
1:15 PM
Building the Capacity for Academicians to Partner in CBPR
Nicole A. Thomas, MBA, Tara Hayden, MHSA, Lorraine Thomas, Joseph Woodlock, BA and Shiriki K. Kumanyika, PhD MPH
1:30 PM
CBPR partnerships, policy and products: A community perspective
Kent Key, BBA, PhD (c), Lee Bell, Bettina Campbell, MSW, E. Hill De Loney, Arlene Sparks and Julie Ober Allen, MPH
1:45 PM
Do current institutional practices/policies threaten the existence of authentic CBPR
E. Hill De Loney, MA, Lee Bell, AA, Bettina Campbell, MSW, Kent Key, BBA, PhD (c), Arlene Sparks, MPA and Julie Ober Allen, MPH

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Organized by: Community-Based Public Health Caucus
Endorsed by: Asian Pacific Islander Caucus for Public Health, Community Health Planning and Policy Development, HIV/AIDS, Latino Caucus, Socialist Caucus

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)