Announcing Long-standing CBPR Partnerships Eligible to Participate in Detroit URC Study
Posted by Detroit Urban Research Center on February 4, 2020
The Detroit URC (Urban Research Center) is still actively recruiting long-standing CBPR partnerships (in existence for 6+ years) to participate in a survey questionnaire to better understand CBPR partnership success. Participation would contribute to the federally funded Measurement Approaches to Partnership Success (MAPS) study which engages with an Expert Panel of community and academic CBPR researchers, including Al Richmond, Executive Director of CCPH.
More information on the MAPS study: https://www.detroiturc.org/measurement-approaches-to-partnership-success-maps.html?mc_cid=86f336ae37&mc_eid=db5e1adac3
The MAPS recruitment flyer can be found here: https://www.detroiturc.org/images/APHA2018/_MAPS_Recruitment_Flyer_Final.pdf?mc_cid=86f336ae37&mc_eid=db5e1adac3
Benefits of participation include: receiving up to $2000 per partnership; feedback on partnership success and strategies for addressing factors identified; and contributions to the field of research on CBPR partnerships.
To be considered to participate or for additional information, please contact the MAPS recruitment team (Megan Jensen & Eliza Wilson-Powers) by email (email@example.com) or phone (734-764-6029).
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