What is Community-Based Research?

“Community-based research is research that is conducted with and for, not on, members of a community.” (Kerry Strand. 2003. Community-Based Research and Higher Education: Principles and Practices, p. xxi)

Community-based research (CBR) is a methodological practice that places community partnerships at the forefront. promote an interdisciplinary framework that recognizes the multiple social, economic, political and health implications of HIV and HCV. The benefits to academic researchers and community stakeholders are numerous.

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Community-based research – philosophy and function

Community-based research at PAN

Community-based research resources