This survey is currently limited to an invited audience and is not yet available to the public. For access to the following survey, please contact the University of New Mexico Center for Participatory Research (CPR@salud.unm.edu) for your individualized survey link.
Thank you for taking this survey! This survey is part of an ongoing project, Engage for Equity: Advancing Community Engaged Partnerships. This project aims to strengthen collaborative practices in partnerships. It also aims to translate research findings into practices, programs, and policies to improve health equity.
The terms project, partnership, and partner are used in this survey. Project refers to a federally-funded research project you have been a part of. Partnership refers to a collaboration of partners working together for a common goal of which your project may be only one part. Partners include both community partners and academic partners.
Community partners represent voices, perspectives, and knowledge of communities and can be individuals (such as community based organizations, advocacy organizations, agencies, tribal programs, clinics, health departments, or other groups representing communities).
Academic partners represent research knowledge and are individuals and organizations associated with universities, research Think Tanks, or other institutions that house research.
This survey contains some demographic questions. Any information you share will be kept private, and will not be shared in any way that could identify you or your responses to this survey.
There are “Submit” and “Save & Return Later” buttons at the bottom of this survey. Clicking either button will issue you a return code that you can use to change or add to your answers. To use the
return code, click again on the survey link in your invitation email, click on the “Returning?” button on the upper right corner, and then enter your return code.
If you lose your return code or have any questions or comments about this survey, please let us know by email at CPR@salud.unm.edu or call (844)377-1275.
Thank you for your time and attention!
This survey will be available in the future.