ESAS Keynote: Making Community-Based Participatory Research Work in Health Care

Description

Community-based participatory research (CBPR) involves shared decision making and ownership of all aspects of the research process from all relevant stakeholders. In health care, CBPR aims to translate research findings into practical clinical care to improve the health and quality of life of community members. Ultimately, benefits reach beyond individuals to enhance resources and broader public health. Hear our expert speakers discuss principles and preferred practices for conducting health-related CBPR across a variety of communities, highlighting specific recommendations and case studies.

Pharmacist Learning Objectives

At the completion of this application-based activity, participants will be able to:

  1. Delineate the types of communities and stakeholders that might participate in health-related research.
  2. Describe and compare alternative processes for entering communities.
  3. Construct a bidirectional and mutually beneficial research structure to motivate individual patients, communities, and other stakeholders to actively participate in health-related research.
  4. Explain how participation in health-related research promotes health and disease prevention in the community.

 

 
 
 
Speakers:
Betty Ann
Betty Ann Chewning, PHD, FAPhA
University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy
 
C
C Mullins,
University of Maryland SOP
 
Franklin
Franklin Lance,
Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church
 
Interest: APhA
Learning Level: Level 2
Pathway: Day of Science
Track: Integrating Science into Practice
Session Time Slot(s): 
Date: 
Friday, March 24
Time: 
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
Room: 
Moscone - Esplanade 306
ACPE Pharmacist: 0202-0000-17-015-L04-P
CEUs Pharmacist: .15
Activity Type:
Application-based