Community Engaged Research - RTRN Small Grants Program

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Community Engaged Research
RTRN Small Grants Program, 2015-2016
Informational Webinar
Angela Sy, Dr.P.H.
Research Coordinating Center
Community Engagement Coordinator
University of Hawaii at Manoa
RTRN is supported by grant number U54MD008149 from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health
Community Engaged Research
CDC, 1997; NIH, 2011 Definitions
• The process of working collaboratively with and through
groups of people affiliated by geographic proximity, special
interest, or similar situations to address issues affecting the
well-being of those people.
• It is a powerful vehicle for bringing about environmental and
behavioral changes that will improve the health of the
community and its members.
•
It often involves partnerships and coalitions that help mobilize
resources and influence systems, change relationships among
partners, and serve as catalysts for changing policies,
programs, and practices
RTRN is supported by grant number U54MD008149 from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health.
RTRN is supported by grant number U54MD008149 from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health.
STAKEHOLDER
ENGAGEMENT “LIGHT”
STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
Source: Nass, Levine, and Yancy. Methods for Involving Patients in Topic Generation for Patient-Centered Comparative Effectiveness
Research –An International Perspective
RTRN is supported by grant number U54MD008149 from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health.
Continuum of Community Engaged Research:
Wallerstein, 2014
N.M. CARES Health Disparities Center
University of New Mexico
RTRN is supported by grant number U54MD008149 from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health.
Traditional Research Process
Step 1: Problem Identified by Researcher
Step 2: Research Plan Developed
Community Selected
Funds Secured
Step 3: Intervention and Data Collected
Data Collection Instruments Designed
Community Subjects Recruited
Step 4: Data Analyzed
Step 5: Data Interpreted, Papers Written & Disseminate
Results to Peers and Academic Community
Kiger, 2014, SC CTSI
RTRN is supported by grant number U54MD008149 from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health.
Community-Engaged Approach
Step 1: Problem Identified by Stakeholder
Could be community member or researcher
Step 2: Research Plan Developed
Meetings with community members and researchers to determine best approach
Step 3: Intervention or Data Collection
All parties involved in design of data-collection instruments
Community assists in participant recruitment
Step 4: Analyze Data – Bring Results to Community
Step 5: Interpretation of Data with Community
Step 6: Disseminate Results to Community AND Academia
Kiger, 2014, SC CTSI
RTRN is supported by grant number U54MD008149 from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health.
RTRN Collaborative
Community Engaged Research
In regard to heath outcomes, what is happening and working in
our communities that is unique and community specific, and what
is common or generalizable across communities?
• Cross site, community engaged, translational research
comparisons
• Application, or use of tools, e.g., assessment, evaluation, from
one community to another
•
Move to translation from basic to clinical and community
research
RTRN is supported by grant number U54MD008149 from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, National Institutes of Health.

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