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Authors: Bonita Stanton (Wayne State University, School of Medicine, Pediatric Prevention Research Center, Detroit, Michigan), Jennifer Galbraith (Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Atlanta, GA and Linda Kaljee (Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore, MD) 
Book Description:
Community-based health-related research requires a reciprocal relationship between researchers and communities that differs from the relationships established in clinic-based health-related research. In the former not only is there a direct relationship with the individual (as there is in clinic-based research), but an equally important-and constantly changing-relationship with the community. Also, in community-based research, relationships change from that, in which individuals are "subjects" of research, to the same individuals as "participants" or "partners" in the research process. These academic-community relationships are especially complex because frequently the community does not speak with a single voice and may have multiple different constituencies and perspectives. In addition, research teams comprised of several disciplines may be preceived as coming from unique "academic communities", which of themselves may have diffrent ways of envisioning community-based research.
There is a recent call for more 'transciplinary' research, and yet there are limited empricial studies available which critically examine how disciplines work separately and in tangent to affect community-based research. This book will be used both by researchers and by those teaching upper-graduate level and graduate level health education.

Table of Contents:
Preface:
Fish out of water: our stories about community-based research.
(Bonita Stanton, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Wayne State Univ. School of Medicine, Detroit, Michigan; Linda Kaljee, Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore, MD; Jennifer S. Galbraith, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Atlanta, GA and Xiaoming Li)

Perspective from a Pediatrician: Bonita Stanton
View from an Anthropologist: Linda Kaljee
View from a Health Educator: Jennifer Galbraith
View from a naturalized American Statistician: Xiaoming Li
Comment on these narratives: why this book

1. Improving health outcomes in the community: evolution in our research paradigms;pp. 1-12
(Bonita Stanton, Linda Kaljee)

Community-based Research: Case Studies

2. Community-based intervention research with young MSM of color: Experiences, issues, and promising directions;pp. 13-39
(Angulique Y Outlaw, Monique Green-Jones, Sylvie Naar-King and Mario de la Cruz)

3. Informing and developing research in the context of community-based participatory research and undoing racism;pp. 41-55
(Robert E. Aronson, Michael A. Yonas, Nora Jones, Christina Hardy, Brandolyn White and Turner Wiley)

4. HIV prevention for adolescents and young adults in Viet Nam: Multiple perspectives on community-based research within socio-cultural and political-economic change;pp. 57-85
(Linda M. Kaljee, Le Huu Tho, Luu Quoc Hung, Hoang Ngoc Diep)

5. An expanded community-based HIV prevention program in the Philippines;pp. 87-104
(Lianne Urada, Taigy Thomas, Donald E Morisky, Robert Malow)

6. WIC - University Partnership: Promoting healthy food choices and growth among infants and toddlers;pp. 105-114
(Maureen M. Black, Kathleen A. Knolhoff, Kristen M. Hurley, and Mary Dallavalle)

7. The internet as a platform for community-based research: A project perspective;pp. 115-135
(Seema Gai and Jean M. Redmann)

8. Community partnerships in adolescent HIV prevention research: The experience of Project iMPPACS;pp. 137-159
(Peter A. Vanable, Michael P. Carey, Rebecca A. Bostwick, Larry K. Brown, Robert F. Valois, Ralph J. DiClemente, Daniel Romer, Bonita F. Stanton)

Community-based Research Approaches: Challenges and Resolutions

9. Navigating the complexity of relationships in community-based participatory research (CBPR);pp. 161-181
(Earnestine Willis, Emmanuel Ngui, Clarence Johnson, Vivian Chen, Christine Cronk, John Meurer, Suquinua Shankle, Patricia McManus, Ann Harvieux)

10. Service-Learning in medical education: A catalyst for community-based research;pp. 183-200
(Donna Cameron and Kim Bullock)

11. Translational research: Adapting evidence-based HIV interventions to diverse environments;pp. 201-217
(Ralph J. DiClemente, Gina M. Wingood, Colleen P. Crittenden, Eve S. Rose)

12. Developing a Data-Driven approach to program management: Lessons Learned from a community-based aids service organization in New York City;pp. 219-235
(Margaretta Fox and Rashi Rohatgi)

13. Program sustainability in a changing world;pp. 237-254
(Lesley Cottrell, Carrie Rishel, Scott Cottrell, Steven Branstetter)

14. Charting a path in community-based research: Synthesizing what has been learned;pp. 255-267
(Linda Kaljee and Bonita Stanton)

Index

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2008
   Pages: 291
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-958-2
   Status: AV
  
Status Code Description
AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
AV Available
  
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