Facilitation Guide for Visioning with the CBPR Model
This video provides instructions on how to use the CBPR Model as a visioning tool for community engaged partnerships to plan their desired partnership processes and outcomes. It shows an example of a 2017 visioning session among partners from the University of New Mexico and Albuquerque Public Schools, when they developed a research agenda to promote implementation of ethnic studies courses in high schools. Also features examples of other partnerships envisioning and re-creating their own CBPR Model: Australia’s Oral Health Teeth Tales Partnership; a plan for Social Development for Urban Youth; and others.
Discussion on the CBPR Model
A brief history of the development and use of the CBPR Conceptual Model; and an overview of its four domains, including context, partnership processes, intervention/research, and outcomes.
Methodologies of a Predatory Discourse
This video was created by Nathaniel Trigg, a student in the CBPR Graduate Seminar, MPH Program, at the University of Washington.