Contextualizing CBPR: Key Principles of CBPR Meet the Indigenous Research Context
Examines the literature related to community-based participatory research in tribal communities. Covers the key principles of CBPR in the context of tribal research and also identifies additional considerations.
Author(s): Deborah LaVeaux, Suzanne Christopher Citation: Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health, 7(1) Date: 06/2009 Type: Document view details
Rural Issues Related to Comparative Effectiveness Research and Dissemination
Describes strategies for expanding clinical research in rural environments; implementing practice guidelines in rural settings; and improving access to current evidence-based information for rural health professionals and patients.
Author(s): Ira Moscovice, Michelle Casey Date: 06/2009 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: Upper Midwest Rural Health Research Center view details
The State of Human Services in Rural America
Provides an overview of the types of human service programs
serving rural communities and the challenges they face.
Suggests a research agenda for rural America.
Citation: Perspectives: On Poverty, Policy, and Place, 5(Winter), 3-6 Date: 2009 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: Rural Policy Research Institute view details
Bridging Rural Health Research and Policy: Dissemination Strategies
Describes five strategies for effective dissemination and expanded use of rural health services research and discusses the infrastructure needed to enhance rural health research dissemination.
Author(s): Keith J. Mueller, Timothy D. McBride, Andrew F. Coburn, et al. Date: 08/2007 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: Rural Policy Research Institute Rural Health Panel view details