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    • CBPR General Forum
      The Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) community board is designed to serve the growing network of people involved and interested in CBPR and other types of community-academic research partnerships. People from community organizations, colleges and universities, public and private funding agencies, decision makers and policy makers, and others are all encouraged to subscribe. We hope this listserv provides a resource for sharing knowledge and experience and contribute to strengthening the field of CBPR and ultimately improving the health of communities.
      • We welcome postings on CBPR and other types of community-academic research partnerships that provide: information (e.g. about conferences, funding opportunities, or publications relevant to CBPR), and
      • discussion, sharing of ideas, collaborative problem-solving, and substantive queries or comments addressing issues relevant to CBPR partnership development and sustainability, research methodologies, funding strategies and resource sharing.
      Please note: If you use the community board to conduct a survey or solicit participants in a study, please indicate (a) whether it has been reviewed & approved by an Institutional Review Board or other ethics review mechanism to protect human participants and if not, why not and (b) that the findings/results will be shared on the community board so everyone can benefit from the information gathered.
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    • 5 months ago

      Community-Campus Partnerships for Health

    • CBPR Jobs Board
      As the fields of community engagement, community-based participatory research (CBPR), service-learning and community-academic partnerships continues to grow, more and more positions are becoming available. The CBPR Jobs Board is the place for employers and those looking for these positions to connect! Anyone may post a community engagement, CBPR, service-learning or community-academic partnership related position on the CBPR Jobs Listserv. We only ask that the subject line include the position title, location and any application deadline. Postings that do not follow these instructions will not be approved.
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      Community-Campus Partnerships for Health

    • CCPH Members Community Board
      This community board is for CCPH Members to share your work, start a dialogue, to connect virtually with each other. You must have an active CCPH Membership to access this board.
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    • Community-Engaged Scholarship
      The Community-Engaged Scholarship community board provides a venue for sharing information and resources concerning the academic review and reward system for faculty involved in community-based participatory research, service-learning and other forms of "community-engaged scholarship.” People from colleges and universities, community organizations, public and private funding agencies, decision makers and policy makers, and others are all encouraged to subscribe. The community board is a resource for sharing knowledge and experience and contribute to strengthening the field of community-engaged scholarship. Please note: we discourage the use of unexplained acronyms and subject lines that do not clearly indicate the content of the forum message and may reject your posting as a result. For more resources on CES, visit our Resource Library!
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    • 6 months, 1 week ago

      Julia Block

    • COVID-19 Response & Resources
      In light of the global COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, this space was created to allow for resource sharing, discussion threads and a virtual community for those working in partnership to support their local communities. GROUND RULES:
      • This forum is not meant to replace the health institutions providing factual and up-to-date information on how to protect yourself from COVID-19 or how to receive treatment. Please visit cdc.org and your local health department's website for more information.
      • Any resources shared will be moderated to ensure no mis-information is shared about COVID-19.
       
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