TITLE

Parents, Practitioners, and Researchers: Community-Based Participatory Research With Early Head Start

AUTHOR(S)
McAllister, Carol L.; Green, Beth L.; Terry, Martha Ann; Herman, Vivian; Mulvey, Laurie
PUB. DATE
October 2003
SOURCE
American Journal of Public Health;Oct2003, Vol. 93 Issue 10, p1672
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Community-based participatory research (CBPR) is an approach to research and evaluation that is receiving increased attention in the field of public health. Our report discusses the application of this approach to research and evaluation with an Early Head Start (EHS) program in Pittsburgh, Pa. Our primary purpose is to illustrate the key elements that contributed to effective collaboration among researchers, EHS practitioners, and parents of EHS children in the conduct of the study. The focus is not on research findings but on research process. Our goal is to make the practices of CBPR visible and explicit so they can be analyzed, further developed, and effectively applied to a range of public health issues in a diversity of community contexts. (Am J Public Health. 2003; 93:1672-1679)
ACCESSION #
11099210

 

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