Public Health Research Methods for Partnerships and Practice

Melody S. Goodman, Vetta Sanders Thompson

October 31, 2017 by Routledge
Reference - 340 Pages - 21 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781498785068 - CAT# K30180

USD$150.00

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Features

Includes learning objectives, training materials, hand-outs, group/individual exercises, activity guides, homework/field work assignments, pre- and post-test materials.

Presents chapters organized by the core curriculum of MPA programs, including formulating grant proposals.

Shows how community-academic partnerships are a key component to reducing health disparities.

Weaves elements of research ethics and cultural competency throughout the book

Covers the entire research process from identifying a study question to collecting and analyzing data to disseminating findings

Summary

Translating research into practice involves creating interventions that are relevant to improving the lives of a target population. Community engaged research has emerged as an evidence-based approach to better address the complex issues that affect the health of marginalized populations.

Written by leading community-engaged researchers across disciplines, each chapter covers a different topic with comprehensive guides for start-to-finish planning and execution. The book provides a training curriculum that supports a common vision among stakeholders as well as a survey of methods based on core MPH curriculum. Practical appendices and homework samples can be found online.

Public Health Research Methods for Partnerships and Practice will appeal to researchers and practitioners in community or government sectors interested in conducting community-engaged work.