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Community Based Participatory Research and Action: A Methodology for Studying HIV/AIDS Among Heterosexual African American Men
 

Community Based Participatory Research and Action: A Methodology for Studying HIV/AIDS Among Heterosexual African American Men

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    • Community Based Participatory Research and Action: A Methodology for Studying HIV/AIDS Among Heterosexual African American Men
    • CBPR
      • Community-based Participatory Research
      • Listening to the voices of the community to set and implement the research agenda.
    • Leaders Nate Rush, Bethlehem House
      • Executive Director
      • Class of 2000
      • Indianapolis, IN
      • Provide in a compassionate environment HIV and substance abuse prevention and services free of charge to the individual
    • Ron Crowder Street Works
      • Executive Director
      • Class of 2000
      • Nashville, TN
      • Work the streets at night to prevent and reduce HIV and STDs.
      • Full service ASO with all offices located in the housing projects of Nashville.
    • Linda Burnette YOACAP
      • Executive Director
      • Class of 2000
      • Philadelphia, PA
      • To enhance the quality of life and health for Philadelphians through community-based and culturally competent interventions
    • Clifford Armstead Working For Togetherness
      • Executive Director
      • Class of 2003
      • Chicago, IL
      • To improve the quality and availability of services for underserved populations through an integrated network of social service resources
    • IHPL – Mixing Bowl
      • Fellows come to:
        • Learn
        • Network
        • Collaborate
        • In this case Create and Action Team
    • Grass Roots “ We can’t wait. We have to address the problems in our community with or without support” Linda B.
    • Collaboration with UNLV
      • Needed to add credibility to findings
      • Needed guidance on developing and implement project
      • Engaged in discussions with Melva Thompson-Robinson and Marya Shegog
      • Agreed to collaborate in the implementation of the project
    • Moving and Shaking: Advantages of CBPR
      • We know what the problems are
      • Create Action Groups
      • Create Your Agenda
      • Do the work
      • Shake Things up
      • Make Things Happen
    • Strategies to Work Globally
      • Maximize use of technology.
      • Be flexible, realistic, and understanding.
      • Work with people that you like.
      • Keep open lines of communication.
      • Follow through on tasks.
      • Have clear rules of engagement.
      • Stay focused on the bigger prize.
    • The Joy In What We Did
      • Having like minded people who have come together to address a common interest.
        • Especially when efforts were not driven by money.
    • Questions
    • Thank You!