Graduate Seminar in Community-Based Research
- East Baltimore
- 4th term
- Health Behavior and Society
- 1 credits
- Academic Year:
- 2021 - 2022
- Instruction Method:
- Class Times:
April 6 and 20, and May 4 and 11, 2020.
- Monday, 12:00 - 1:20pm
Explores faculty-community partnership in community-based research (CBPR), education, and practice. Seminar topics may include CBPR principles and ethics, coalition and partnership building, implementation, dissemination, translation and sustainability, media and marketing, advocacy, policy, cultural diversity, collaborative grant writing, and publishing. Speakers include faculty and also community patrons.
- Learning Objectives:
- Engage with students, faculty, scholars, and community members from different disciplines and backgrounds in scholarly exchange on issues of community-based research.
- Apply CBPR principles across the continuum of the research process, including planning, implementation, evaluation, dissemination and policy implications.
- Explain the need for and added value of using CBPR.
- Discuss the strengths and challenges associated with community-university partnerships, as well as the successful co-development and impact of interventions to address community issues.
- Methods of Assessment:
This course is evaluated as follows:
- 50% Participation
- 50% Written Assignment(s)
- Instructor Consent:
No consent required
- Special Comments:
This seminar is open to all divisions in the University and community.