Community Engaged Research Toolbox
The following curriculum, publications, webinars, and other resources are provided to assist with researchers and organizations that are interested in, or about to commence, Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR).
- Samples of Consent Forms provided by the Committee of Human Research, UCSF
- Explanation of Consent Form standards by Committee of Human Research, UCSF
- Sample Consent Form provided by the Society for Science
- Community-Engaged Research – A Quick-Start Guide for Community Based Organizations
- Comprehensive Cancer Control Branch Program Evaluation Toolkit – a guide for planning and implementing evaluation activities in cancer prevention and control programs
- Mapping Pathways: Developing evidence-based, people-centered strategies for the use of antiretrovirals as prevention(RAND)
- Measuring Coalition Functioning: Refining Constructs Through Factor Analysis
- Partnership Perspectives - a magazine designed to foster greater awareness of critical issues impacting upon partnerships between communities and health professions schools
- Memorandum of Understanding
- Power-Privilege Resource List
- Alameda AIDS Research Coalition Resources – this page has many more publications and resources that may be of use in facilitating CBPR
- Across the Board: How multilevel interventions can improve the health of our communities
- The Adaptation Effect: Engaging Community Partners to Adapt and Implement Evidence-based Interventions
- Developing, Maintaining, and Sustaining Partnerships
- HINTS: Moving from Data to Reality
- Howdy, Partner! Using the PARTNER Tool to Track and Analyze Community Partnerships
- Using Systems Thinking and Tools to Solve Public Health Problems
- Community-Engaged Scholarship for Health - a free, online mechanism for peer-reviewing, publishing, and disseminating products of health-related community-engaged scholarship that are in forms other than journal articles. Community-Campus Partnerships for Health.
- Resources and Tools for Community-Engaged Research & Practice is an online collection of curated tools (e.g., toolkits, guides, videos, etc.) designed to build capacity in areas such as advocacy, conducting community-based participatory research, grant-writing, and evaluation via U of SC Prevention Research Center, Arnold School of Public Health.
- Linkage to Database of Best Practices – “resources for exploring promising approaches to promote community health and development.” The Community Tool Box is a service of the Center for Community Health and Development at the University of Kansas.
- University of Kansas Community Toolbox - Table of Contents. This page lists 46 Chapters through which you can obtain practical, step-by-step guidance in community-building skills. See also our related Toolkits, which offer short outlines for key tasks.