Evidence Table 2. Nuclear Risk Management for Native Communities: Community-Based, Participatory Components

AuthorsDuration and Nature of Community InvolvementEvidence of Shared Decisionmaking Between Researchers and the CommunityEvidence That Study Is Designed to Remove Prior Barriers to Research ParticipationEvidence That Socioeconomic Determinants of Health Are AddressedEvidence That the Research Team Was Flexible to Community Needs and Priorities During Research ImplementationEvidence That the Research Effort Contributed to Individual or Community Capacity BuildingEvidence That the Research Findings Were Used or Intended to Be Used to Address the Original Health Concern
Quigley D, Handy D, et al., 2000 Duration: YesNo Assessed: YesYes Dissemination of Findings:
NRCommunity Advisory Committee was recruited for shared decisionmakingNoResearchers shared grant with Citizen Alert Native American Program (CANAP) to enable it to hire staff• Development of new training and occupational opportunities for native community membersYes
Nature of Community Involvement: Funding was shared between the CBO and the researchers Addressed: • Strengthening of the CANAP organizational stability through additional income and capacityCommunity was involved in all levels of the program
• Selection of research questionNo• Researchers learned about native communities Application of Findings:
• Financial responsibility for grant fundsYes
• Recruitment and retentionCommunity-based hazard management plan was developed
• Measurement instruments and data collection Sustainability of Interventions:
• Intervention development, implementationNo
• Interpretation of findings
• Dissemination of findings
• Application of findings to health concern identified

From: Appendix C Evidence Tables

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