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Continuous Learning: Centering Community Voice in a Research Agenda - Shared screen with speaker view
Samantha Coon
25:09
I’m in a loud area, so I’m going to type my introduction. Samantha Coon Assistant Director at St. Mary’s Community Engagement Center.
Samantha Coon
25:42
HI! Thanks, Chris.
Green Bouzard
36:26
Barbara Israel: Community Based Participatory Research https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2951933/
Chris Nayve
58:17
https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2020/01/23/baltimore-food-desert-policy-100121
Rachel Haxtema
01:06:07
Hey Everyone - I have been listening in - my work is primarily research focused but I’m really grateful to hear how community members - including barbers! were included in the PIT research project and how Univ of San Diego connected with partner agencies to begin a really interesting research project.
Rachel Haxtema
01:06:54
whoops - I’m primarily NOT research focused - so I’m very happy to hear about these examples and will share these ideas/contacts if any of my colleagues is interested in more of a research focused project/partnership.
Chris Nayve
01:11:10
Thanks so much Rachel
Chris Nayve
01:12:56
For Rachel and everyone on the call. This community engagement research association is another good resource if you are not familiar with them and the conference will be in Minneapolis this summer.
Chris Nayve
01:12:58
http://www.researchslce.org/
mariocbrowne
01:16:25
Community Campus Partnerships for Health is another good resource
mariocbrowne
01:16:48
Thank you ALL!
Rachel Haxtema
01:16:53
Thanks Mario and Maria - community building focus is so important and really great to hear how you are both building trust and cultivating relationships as a primary focus of any of your research efforts. Thank you for sharing.
Rachel Haxtema
01:17:24
And thanks Green and Chris!