IDENTIFY THREE COMMUNITY-BASED PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH (CBPR) PRINCIPLES YOU COULD USE TO WORK WITH THE ORGANIZATION OR COMMUNITY TO ADDRESS A POLICY CHANGE FOR THE PUBLIC POLICY ISSUE. CBPR PRINCIPLES ARE EVIDENCE-BASED PRINCIPLES FOR GROUP PROCESS.
RESEARCH ON COMMUNITY GROUPS HAS SHOWN THAT GROUPS WHICH USE AT LEAST SOME OF THESE PRINCIPLES (STRATEGIES) FOR WORKING TOGETHER ARE MOST SUCCESSFUL IN ACHIEVING THE GROUP’S GOALS AND PURPOSE. HTTPS://DEPTS.WASHINGTON.EDU/CCPH/PDF_FILES/CBPR_FINAL.PDF
April 4, 2018Orders In Progress
1. Identify an organization or community that has expressed interest in your selected health or nursing profession public policy issue.
a. Summarize evidence supporting why the organization or community has expressed interest in the selected public policy issue. How organization(s) would be interested in working with to build a coalition for the bottom up approach. Do they have information on their website? Printed materials? Have they discussed this issue at conferences? Be sure to cite source, such as the organization’s website address, monthly newsletter, or personal communications at a meeting.