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作者 Israel, Barbara A
書名 Methods for Community-Based Participatory Research for Health
出版項 Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2012
©2012
國際標準書號 9781118285886 (electronic bk.)
9781118021866
book jacket
版本 2nd ed
說明 1 online resource (739 pages)
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附註 Cover -- Title page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Figures and Tables -- Foreword -- Dedication -- Acknowledgments -- The Editors -- The Contributors -- PART ONE: Introduction to Methods for Community-Based Participatory Research for Health -- Chapter 1: Introduction to Methods for CBPR for Health -- Background -- Principles of CBPR -- Core Components/Phases in Conducting CBPR -- CBPR and Health Inequities: Cultural, Social, Economic, and Environmental Context -- Purpose and Goals of This Book -- Organization of This Book -- Summary -- References -- PART TWO: Partnership Formation and Maintenance -- References -- Chapter 2: Developing and Maintaining Partnerships with Communities -- How Do We Start? -- Strategy 1: Reflect on Own Capacities and Those of Our Institutions to Engage in Research Partnerships -- Strategy 2: Identify Potential Partners and Partnerships Through Appropriate Networks, Associations, and Leaders -- Strategy 3: Negotiate a Research Agenda Based on a Common Framework on Mechanisms for Change -- Strategy 4: Use Up, Down, and Peer Mentoring and Apprenticeship, Across the CBPR Partnership -- Strategy 5. Create and Nurture Structures to Sustain Partnerships, Through Constituency Building and Organizational Development -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion Questions -- References -- Chapter 3: Strategies and Techniques for Effective Group Process in CBPR Partnerships -- Elements of Group Dynamics Relevant to CBPR Partnerships -- Group Membership -- Equitable Participation and Open Communication -- Establishing Norms for Working Together -- Developing and Maintaining Trust -- Selecting and Prioritizing Goals and Objectives -- Identifying Community Strengths and Concerns -- Leadership -- Power and Influence -- Addressing Conflict -- Decision Making -- Specific Strategies for Working in Diverse Partnerships
Importance of Partnership Assessment -- Summary -- Discussion Questions -- Key Terms -- References -- Chapter 4: Infrastructure for Equitable Decision Making In Research -- Background on the CBPR Partnerships -- Infrastructure for CBPR Partnership Development -- Structure 1: Undoing Racism Training -- Structure 2: Full Value Contract -- Infrastructure for Conducting Research -- Structure 3: Research Ethics Training and Certification -- Structure 4: Partnership Bylaws -- Structure 5: CBPR Conflict Management Procedures -- Infrastructure for Dissemination Phase -- Structure 6: Publications and Dissemination Guidelines -- Lessons Learned and Implications for Practice -- Summary -- Discussion Questions -- Key Terms -- References -- PART THREE: Community Assessment and Diagnosis -- References -- Chapter 5: Insiders and Outsiders Assess Who Is "The Community": Participant Observation, Key Informant Interview, Focus Group Interview, and Community Forum -- Origins of Aocd -- General Description of AOCD Research Design and Methods -- Challenges, Lessons Learned, and Implications for Conducting AOCD -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion Questions -- References -- Chapter 6: Using Ethnography in Participatory Community Assessment -- Community-Based Participatory Research and Community Assessment -- Introducing Participatory Community Assessment (PCA) -- Defining the Characteristics of Ethnography That Are Compatible with Participatory Community Assessment -- Defining Participatory Community Assessment -- Defining Community -- Ethnographic Methods in Participatory Community Assessment -- Forming the Assessment Group -- Issue Identification -- Constructing Assessment Models -- Cultural (Community) Level Data Collection -- Individual-Level Data Collection -- Participatory Analysis and Triangulation of Data for Results -- Implementation Challenges
Lessons Learned -- Implications for Practice -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion Questions -- References -- PART FOUR: Define the Issue, Design and Conduct the Research -- References -- Chapter 7: Community-Based Participation in Survey Design and Implementation: The Healthy Environments Partnership Survey -- Background and Description: Healthy Environments Partnership -- Role of Partners and Community Members in the Development, Implementation, and Application of Findings from the Hep Community Surveys -- Creating a Framework for Participation and Influence: The Healthy Environments Partnership Steering Committee (HEP SC) -- Engaging Diverse Community Members: Focus Groups -- Creating a Structure for Focused Collaborative Work: The Survey Subcommittee -- Getting Feedback and Fine-Tuning the Survey Questionnaire: Pretesting and Discussion With Community Residents -- Steering Committee: Oversight of Field Period -- Results of Survey Implementation -- Wave 2 Survey, 2008 -- Interpretation, Dissemination, and Application of Survey Results -- Challenges, Lessons Learned, and Implications for Practice from the Hep Community Surveys -- Creating Mechanisms for Multiple Forms of Participation from Diverse Groups -- Addressing Geographic Distance and Difference -- Providing Flexible and Organized Support for Participation -- Recognizing When Participation Is Needed, and from Whom -- Recognize Both the Capacities and the Limits of the Partnership -- Balancing Multiple Priorities -- Demonstrating That Contributions Are Valued -- Sustaining Mutual Commitment -- Establishing Mechanisms to Assure Bidirectional Communication Across Multiple Dimensions -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Questions for Discussion -- References -- Chapter 8: Using a CBPR Approach to Develop an Interviewer Training Manual with Members of the Apsáalooke Nation -- Community Setting
CBPR Partnership Background -- Development of Survey Research Processes -- Goals of Survey Research -- Recruitment and Enrollment -- Manner of the Interviewer -- Beginning and Closing the Interview in a Respectful Manner -- Language Use -- Dissemination and Use of Survey Findings -- The Interviewers -- Challenges -- Lessons Learned and Implications -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion Questions -- References -- Chapter 9: The Application of Focus Group Methodologies to CBPR -- CBPR and the Project Background -- Research Design and Focus Group Methods -- Focus Group Interviews with Pregnant and Postpartum Women -- Focus Group Interviews with Policy, Program and Organization Leaders -- Data Analysis -- Data Feedback, Use of Data and Products, and Resulting CBPR Interventions -- Challenges and Limitations -- Lessons Learned and Implications for Practice -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion Questions -- References -- Chapter 10: Development, Evolution, and Implementation of a Food Environment Audit for DiverseNeighborhoods -- What Is a Food Audit? -- Overview of The Healthy Environments Partnership (HEP) -- Development of Food Store Audit -- Origins and Evolution of the Food Store Audit -- Overview of the HEP Food Environment Audit for Diverse Neighborhoods (FEAD-N) -- Implementation of Food Store Audit -- Recruitment, Hiring, and Training of Community Members as Observers -- Data Collection -- Inter-Rater Reliability Results -- Challenges and Limitations -- Food Audits Are Based on a Common Rubric -- Food Audit Was Cross-Sectional -- Limits on How Much Data Can Be Reliably Collected Due to Financial and Time Constraints -- Balance Between Data Comparability and Local Relevance -- Lessons Learned and Implications for Practice -- Invest in Training and Supervision of Community Members
Complement with Other Research Methods that Engage Community Members -- Create Synergies Between Action and Research and Among CBPR Projects -- Promote Colearning and Benefits for All Partners in Keeping with CBPR Principles -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion Questions -- References -- Chapter 11: CBPR and Ethnography: The Perfect Union -- A General Description of Ethnography -- Methods within Methods -- Community Ethnographers -- Study Background -- Study Setting -- CBEPR Partnership -- The Cbepr Process Exemplified -- Stage One: Developing the Proposal -- Stage Two: Moving from Concept to Process -- Stage Three: Analyzing the Findings -- Challenges and Limitations -- Lessons Learned -- How Team Members Learned -- What Team Members Learned -- Skills and Understandings -- Building Knowledge About Health Disparities inDiverse Communities -- Implications for Practice -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion Questions -- References -- Chapter 12: What's with the Wheezing?: Methods Used by the Seattle-King County Healthy Homes Project to Assess Exposure to Indoor Asthma Triggers -- Environmental Exposure Assessment Methods and Asthma -- Seattle-King County Asthma Program -- Home Environmental Assessment in The Healthy Homes Projects -- Deciding What to Measure -- Exposure Measures -- Data Collection Methods -- Data Collectors -- Improving Exposure Assessment with a CBPR Approach -- Cross-Cultural Issues -- Quantity and Complexity of Data -- Data Collection -- Challenges, Lessons Learned, and Implications for Practice -- Summary -- Key Terms -- Discussion Questions -- References -- PART FIVE: Documentation and Evaluation of Partnerships -- References -- Chapter 13: Documentation and Evaluation of CBPR Partnerships: The Use of In-Depth Interviews and Closed-Ended Questionnaires -- Conceptual Framework for Assessing CBPR Partnerships
General Description of Data Collection Methods
This thoroughly revised and updated second edition of Methods for Community-Based Participatory Research for Health provides a step-by-step approach to the application of participatory approaches to quantitative and qualitative data collection and data analysis. With contributions from a distinguished panel of experts, this important volume shows how researchers, practitioners, and community partners can work together to establish and maintain equitable partnerships using a Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) approach to increase knowledge and improve the health and well-being of the communities involved. Written for students, practitioners, researchers, and community members, the book provides a comprehensive presentation of innovative partnership structures and processes, and covers the broad spectrum of methods needed to conduct CBPR in the widest range of research areas-including social determinants of health, health inequities, health promotion, community interventions, disease management, health services, and environmental health. The contributors examine effective methods used within the context of a CBPR approach including survey questionnaire, in-depth interview, focus group interview, ethnography, exposure assessment, and geographic information system mapping. In addition, each chapter describes a case study of the application of the method using a CBPR approach. The book also contains examples of concrete tools and measurement instruments that may be adapted by others involved in CBPR efforts
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Israel, Barbara A. Methods for Community-Based Participatory Research for Health Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2012 9781118021866
主題 Public health -- Research -- Citizen participation.;Public health -- Research -- Methodology
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Alt Author Eng, Eugenia
Schulz, Amy J
Parker, Edith A
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