5144.0 Funding and Sustaining Community-based Public Health Research & Education

Wednesday, November 11, 2009: 12:30 PM
Many community-based organizations rely on “soft” money to sustain its programs. This session is devoted to addressing the issue of sustainability and funding within a CBPR context. Participants will receive recommendations for spearheading the public health agenda necessary for “healthy communities.”
Session Objectives: Identify factors important in sustaining member engagement in community-based coalitions Describe the challenges of community-based participatory research to institution-based Institutional Review Boards Discuss the National Institute Health’s commitment to CBPR studies
Tara Hayden, MSHA

1:00 PM
Understanding community-based processes for research ethics review
Sarena D. Seifer, MD, Nancy Shore, PhD, Elaine Drew, PhD, Ruta Bajorunaite, PhD, Kristine Wong, MPH and Lisa Moy, MPH
1:15 PM
Identifying Promising Practices to Create, Evaluate and Sustain Community Advisory Boards
Ester R. Shapiro, PhD, Genita Johnson, MD, MPH, Naomi Bitow, MPH, Felton Earls, MD, Karen T. Craddock, Ed M, Ph D, Brian K. Gibbs, MPA, PhD, Vindya Kumarapeli, MB BS, MSc, MD, Jessica Yen, Speshal Walker, BA and Esroruleh Tamim Mohammad, BA

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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

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