Community Engagement Resources
Community Research Workshop
Participatory Development and Implementation of a Community Research Workshop: Experiences From a Community-Based Participatory Research Partnership
- Community Research Workshop Article – PDF (2 MB)
- Community Research Guide – PDF (386 KB)
- Community Research Workshop Presentation – PDF (2 MB)
Books, Publications, and Reports
Bruce TA, McKane SU, eds. Community-Based Public Health: A Partnership Model. Washington, DC: American Public Health Association. 2000.
Minkler M, Wallerstein N, Hall B, eds.Community-Based Participatory Research for Health. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. November 2008.
Israel BA, et al, eds.Methods in Community-Based Participatory Research for Health. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. 2005.
Prevention Institute has launched Communities Taking Action: Profiles of Health Equity, an online database that highlights successful community efforts to increase health equity. The profiled communities promote racial and social justice through initiatives to prevent chronic disease, violence, and injury. The database includes 64 profiles in total, all plotted on an easy-to-browse google map.
Together, the profiles demonstrate how strong leadership, community engagement and advocacy, and changes in local policies and institutional practices can lead to healthier, more equitable community environments. The Communities Taking Action Profiles provide strategies for community efforts to build health and equity. The profiles also provide media and policymakers with on-the-ground examples that illustrate effective cross-sector community prevention efforts.
CBPR Listserv-The Community-Campus Partnership for Health maintains a listserv to connect people interested in and resources related to participatory research and community-campus research partnerships. To learn more about the listserv or to subscribe, go to http://mailman1.u.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/cbpr.
Abstracts CBPR-related Papers. The Institute for Community Research sends out a monthly email containing abstracts of papers related to CBPR. You can join the list and review past abstract emails at http://lists.topica.com/lists/icr-abstracts/read.