Presentation on theme: "CBPR Conceptual Logic Model: Source"— Presentation transcript:
1CBPR Conceptual Logic Model: Source Evaluation/Reflection Focus Group Guide Slides: Community Based Participatory Research Conceptual ModelApril, 2012CBPR Conceptual Logic Model: SourceAdapted from: Wallerstein , Oetzel, Duran, Tafoya, Belone, Rae, “What Predicts Outcomes in CBPR,” in CBPR for Health From Process to Outcomes, Minkler & Wallerstein (eds). San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 2008); and Wallerstein & Duran, CBPR contributions to intervention research: The intersection of science and practice to improve health equity, Am. J. Public Health; S1, 2010: 100, S40-S46.
5Equitable Partnerships Slide 4: Group DynamicsUniversityCBO’sCommunityMembersStructuralDynamicsIndividualRelationalGroup DynamicsEquitable Partnerships
6Translation/Implementation Slide 5: Intervention/ResearchIntervention/Research DesignFits with CommunityExplanatory ModelsAttends toTranslation/ImplementationAppropriate ResearchDesign
7System & Capacity Changes: OutcomesPolicies/PracticesSustained InterventionsChanges in Power RelationsCultural RenewalSocial JusticeSystem & Capacity Changes:Improved Health& Disparities:Slide 6: Outcomes
8CBPR Conceptual Logic Model Adapted from: Wallerstein , Oetzel, Duran, Tafoya, Belone, Rae, “What Predicts Outcomes in CBPR,” in CBPR for Health From Process to Outcomes, Minkler & Wallerstein (eds). San Francisco, Jossey-Bass, 2008); and Wallerstein & Duran, CBPR contributions to intervention research: The intersection of science and practice to improve health equity, Am. J. Public Health; S1, 2010: 100, S40-S46.ContextsSocio-Economic, Cultural,Geography & EnvironmentNational & LocalPolicies/Trends/GovernanceHistoric Collaboration:Trust & MistrustCommunity Capacity& ReadinessUniversity CapacityHealth Issue ImportanceOutcomesGroup Dynamics &Equitable PartnershipsIntervention& ResearchSystem & Capacity ChangesCommunityFits Local /Cultural Beliefs,Norms & PracticesStructuralDynamicsAgenciesPolicies/PracticesSustained InterventionsChanges in Power RelationsCultural RenewalRelationalDynamicsReflects Reciprocal LearningIndividualDynamicsAppropriateResearch DesignCBO’sImproved HealthUniversityDisparitiesSocial JusticeContextsGroup DynamicsInterventionOutcomesStructural Dynamics:DiversityComplexityFormal AgreementsReal power/resource sharingAlignment with CBPR principlesLength of time in partnershipRelational Dynamics:SafetyDialogue, listening & mutual learningLeadership & stewardshipInfluence & power dynamicsFlexibilitySelf & collective reflectionParticipatory decision-making & negotiationIntegration of local beliefs to group processTask roles & communicationCBPR System & Capacity Changes:Changes in policies /practices-In universities & communitiesCulturally-based & sustainableinterventionsChanges in power relationsEmpowerment:-Community voices heard-Capacities of advisory councils-Critical thinkingCultural revitalization & renewalHealth Outcomes:Transformed social /econ conditionsReduced health disparitiesIntervention adapted or created within local cultureIntervention informed by local settings & organizationsShared learning between academic & community knowledgeResearch & evaluation design reflects partnership inputBidirectional translation, implementation & disseminationSocial-economic, cultural, geographic, political-historical, environmental factorsPolicies/Trends: National/local governance & political climateHistoric degree of collaboration & trust between university & communityCommunity: capacity, readiness & experienceUniversity: capacity, readiness & reputationPerceived severity of health issuesIndividual Dynamics:Core valuesMotivations for participatingPersonal relationshipsCultural identities/humilityBridge people on research teamIndividual beliefs, spirituality & meaningCommunity reputation of PI