A FREE downloadable curriculum provided by Community-Campus Partnerships for Health. It is available for institutions and community partnerships to use as a tool for a CBPR approach to improving health.
The 2007 study by Sarah Flicker and colleagues found that institution-based institutional review board (IRB) application forms and guidelines overwhelmingly operate within a biomedical framework that rarely takes into account common community-based participatory research (CBPR) experience, and they proposed alternative IRB questions and procedures.
An abstract paper in the Health Education and Behavior journal found on Sage Publications, published online October 4, 2012 before it was published in print. It is a collaboration of scholars illustrating how the simple scores offered by the three-model approach differentiate in complexity when measuring community participation in research.
LLUH Faculty and Staff
LLUH faculty and staff wanting to do research or engage the San Bernardino City Unified School District need to submit the application below to the Institute for Community Partnerships.