4095.0 Developing gold standards for CBPR

Tuesday, November 1, 2011: 10:30 AM
This session describes and discusses the guiding principles for planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating community- based public health projects. Translation and dissemination within an academic community partnered paradigm will also be discussed. Special emphasis will be placed on best practices, strategies and methods that will advance knowledge on the science of CBPR. This session will be useful for researchers, community stakeholders, health professionals, community and faith based organizations interested in or currently involved with CBPR initiatives.
Session Objectives: Define best practices and gold standards for CBPR Describe key elements necessary for the utilization of CBPR to address complex public health topics Identify evidence- based sustainable approaches to guide and inform future community-based public health initiatives
Suzanne Selig, PhD, MPH,MSW and Robert McGranaghan, MPH

10:30 AM
Translating Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Principles into Practice
Jessica Burke, PhD, MHS, Sally Hess, RN, MPH, Kamden Hoffmann, MA, MPH, Ellyn Loy, LCSW-C, Andrea C. Gielen, ScD, ScM, Maryanne Bailey, MPH, CPH, Adrienne Walnoha, Genevieve Barbee, BFA and Michael Yonas, DrPH
10:45 AM
Banishing barriers in partnerships: Improving trust and knowledge of community-based participatory research
Ying-Ying Meng, Dr Ph, Jazmin I. Zane, MSW, Isela Gracian, Jennifer Ponce, Elina Nasser, MPH, Peggy Toy, MA and Steven Wallace, PhD
11:00 AM
Research for Improved Health: A National Study of Community-University Partnerships
Sarah Hicks, PhD, Nina Wallerstein, DrPH, Bonnie Duran, DrPH, Lorenda Belone, PhD, MPH, Magdalena Avila, BA,MS, DrPH, Julie Lucero, MPH, PhD Candidate, Diane P. Martin, MA, PhD, Michael Muhammad, PhD Candidate, John Oetzel, PhD, Cynthia Pearson, PhD, Puneet Sahota, PhD, Vanessa Simonds, ScD, MS, Greg Tafoya, MPH and Emily White Hat, JD
11:15 AM
Fostering and Sustaining a Community-Academic Partnership to Promote Health Enhancing Physical Activity in Young Adults with an Intellectual Disability
Anthony Delisle, MS, PhD Candidate, Christine Stopka, PhD, Mona Sayedul-huq, Ann Goodman, Krishna Dipnarine, BS and Ryan Barwick, MS
11:30 AM
Structuring community-based participatory research to build effective partnerships and sustainability: MassCONECT (Massachusetts Community Networks to Eliminate Cancer Disparities through Education, Research, and Training)
Josephine Crisostomo, MPH, Erline Achille, Nashira Baril, MPH, Ediss Gandelman, MBA MEd, Vilma Lora, BS, Shoba Ramanadhan, ScD, MPH, Clara Savage, EdD and K. Viswanath, PhD

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

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