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Increasingly communities are engaging in community-based participatory research (CBPR) to address their pressing health concerns, frequently in partnership with institutions. CBPR with its underlying values challenges us to expand the traditional framework of ethical analysis to include...
Communities struggle to create research guidelines for ethical collaborative research within their locale. In Lawrence, Massachusetts (USA) a collaborative group of community members and academic researchers, known as the Mayors Health Task Force Research Initiative Working Group, took on the...
Two studies conducted through community-campus partnerships demonstrated emerging frameworks for ethical conduct of research involving Indigenous peoples in Canada. Both projects involved multiple Indigenous community partners whose interests in promoting children's development and fathers'...
Community-based research methods were used in a study of health needs with the Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve, Ontario, Canada based on critical theory, Indigenous teachings and participatory action research (PAR). The process of developing the project led to the elucidation of eight key...
This special issue of JERHRE focuses on ethical considerations in community-based participatory research (CBPR), including IRB practices, partnerships, and CBPR in Aboriginal and Indigenous communities. This Educational Advantage section presents discussion questions relating to the range of...
To learn whether ethics committees reviewing community-based participatory research concentrate on the protection of communities, in addition to individual participants, data from 15 sites were analyzed. Eighty-two ethics committee concerns related to consent (35%), protocol procedures (49%),...
Balancing power among academic and community partners, addressing community-identified needs, and strengthening community capacity are ethical values unique to community-based participatory research (CBPR). Negotiation of these values in one CBPR environmental justice project was evaluated to...
Academic institutions' requirements for ethics committee (IRB) review of research conducted by investigators from unaffiliated organizations engaged in collaborative, community-based research (CBR) may be highly variable. The present study examined the extent of this variability through a...
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