4192.0 Lessons learned from community based participatory research projects

Tuesday, November 1, 2011: 12:30 PM
Developing CBPR projects can be both rewarding and challenging. This oral session invites the panelists to share their expertise, best practices and lessons learned with the goal of improving future community-based public health initiatives. Topics include comprehensive strategic planning, sustainability, guiding CBPR principles, community engagement, recruitment and retention and youth led projects. Emphasis will be placed on CBPR project successes and challenges to provide session attendees with an in depth understanding of the complex dynamics involved with sustaining academic community based partnerships. This information will prove beneficial to researchers, community stakeholders, and practitioners working together on CBPR projects.
Session Objectives: Discuss effective strategies for developing, planning, and implementing CBPR projects Describe lessons learned, challenges, barriers, opportunities and successes of multilevel collaborative approaches and interventions designed to improve health outcomes Identify evidence-based culturally appropriate best practices for CBPR projects in the areas of coalition building, diabetes prevention, mental health disparities, and peer education

12:30 PM
12:45 PM
Community Based Participatory Research: Recruitment and retention best practices and lessons learned from the NIH Community Child Health Network
Robin Gaines Lanzi, PhD, MPH, Maxine Vance, RN, MS, Community Committee Community Child Health Network, NIH Community Based Participatory Research Project and Project Coordination Committee Community Child Health Network, NIH Community Based Participatory Research Project
1:00 PM
How a youth-led Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) partnership addressed mental health disparities: From problem to program
Marni L. LoIacono Merves, MSW, MA, Jamie Heather Sclafane, MS, MCHES, Rosy Chhabra, PsyD, Ken Wilson, PsyD, A.L.O.T. Albert's Leaders of Tomorrow and Laurie J. Bauman, PhD
1:15 PM
Program adaptation for the real world: Using principles of community-based participatory research to create culturally-adapted programs for underserved communities
Emily Chen, Karl Pillemer, PhD, Samantha Parker, Josie Piper, RN, MA, Evelyn Laureano, PhD, LMSW, Julia Schwartz-Leeper, LMSW and M. Carrington Reid, MD, PhD
1:30 PM
BxTHUNDER youth peer education workshops: The 'Aha!' moments
Rosy Chhabra, PsyD, Ken Wilson, PsyD, Marni L. LoIacono Merves, MSW, MA, Caryn R. R. Rodgers, PhD, Angelic Rivera, MPH, MCHES, Lorlette Haughton, BA and Laurie J. Bauman, PhD
1:45 PM
Urban Church, Community, and Academic Partners Impact Youth Health and Endurance
Judy Springer, PhD, Jeffrey Morzinski, PhD, MSW, Melissa DeNomie, MS and Willie Davis

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Organized by: Community-Based Public Health Caucus
Endorsed by: Ethics SPIG, Community Health Workers