Long-Standing CBPR Partnerships: Survey Participation Request
Posted by Detroit Urban Research Center on August 13, 2019
Detroit URC NIH study seeks long-standing CBPR partnerships to participate in an online survey questionnaire. Please see below for more information.
The Measurement Approaches to Partnership Success (MAPS) study is recruiting long-standing partnerships that have been in existence for 6+ years to participate in a survey questionnaire that aims to better define and understand partnership success. If eligible and selected to participate, partnerships may receive up to $2000 for efforts in completing an online survey questionnaire. The MAPS recruitment flyer is linked HERE with more detailed information.
To be considered to participate or for additional information, please contact the MAPS recruitment team (Megan Jensen & Eliza Wilson-Powers) by phone or email: 734-764-6029 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MAPS, is a study of the Detroit Urban Research Center (Detroit URC), and is led by three Principal Investigators at the University of Michigan: Barbara Brush, Barbara Israel, and Laurie Lachance. A national Expert Panel of community and academic CBPR experts, including Al Richmond, Executive Director of CCPH, have been actively engaged with the study. For more information, please feel free to visit the MAPS website linked HERE.
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