Community-based participatory research, Ethical issues in research, Participatory action research, Partnership, Urban health.
Community Partnerships, Community Based, Health Research, Community Members
Why is this useful?
"* CBPR effectively meets the complexity of urban health problems thru collaboration (unlike traditional research driven by ""outside experts"")
* Risk of being co-opted as research that doesn't truly meet tenets label themselves as CBPR
* Research strengthened by: having goal of research reflect community needs, increase validity and reliability of tools w/ cultural sensitivity, increase recruitment and retention of participants, accurately interpret findings
* Issues: Community can be divided over issues/priorities, initial framing of researchers impacts trajectory, differential reward structures -> insider-outsider tension, tension on research methodology creation from community vs. ""good science"", dilemma in sharing negative results, differing desired action timelines community vs. academic"