Proceedings: Community-Based Collaborative Research
Posted by on September 22, 2006
[posted from Community Campus Partnerships for Health]
PROCEEDINGS AVAILABLE FROM SEPTEMBER 2005 CONFERENCE ON
COMMUNITY-BASED COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH
In September 2005 the Northwest Health Foundation co-sponsored the 2nd Community-Based Collaborative Research Conference in Portland, Oregon, along with partner organizations including CCPH. Evaluations from the three-day conference indicated another successful and valuable conference. A proceedings report that highlights key findings from the conference sessions and workshops is now available for download on the Foundation website at http://www.nwhf.org/cbcr/2005_CBPR_Proceedings.php. The report includes links to several of the power point presentations and posters.
To help the Foundation plan for future community-based participatory research (CBPR) related activities, they have also posted on the website a time-limited survey to gather your feedback. Please take a few moments to fill it out to let the Foundation know of local capacity- and skills- building needs, networking opportunities and requests, as well your current research interests. For those of you outside the Oregon and SW Washington geographical area, feel free to share your ideas for future conference topic areas and workshops. The Foundation is planning to sponsor a third CBPR conference in the summer 2007.
You can find the report and survey at http://www.nwhf.org/cbcr/2005_CBPR_Proceedings.php
To subscribe to the CBPR listserv, visit http://mailman1.u.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/cbpr
For more CBPR resources, visit our CBPR resources webpage at
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