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Pimatisiwin. 2009 Jun 1;7(1):1.

Contextualizing CBPR: Key Principles of CBPR meet the Indigenous research context.

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Center for Native Health Partnerships, 319 Leon Johnson Hall, Box 173090, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717.

Abstract

This paper addresses two questions regarding the use of Community-based Participatory Research (CBPR) approaches with tribal communities. First, how do "gold standard" CBPR principles hold up when applied to Native American communities and what additional contextual information is necessary to understand and work with these principles in this setting? Second, what additional principles or recommendations are helpful for researchers interested in conducting research using a CBPR approach with tribal communities? We studied a variety of literature sources on CBPR and Native health research to answer these questions. We are unaware of any publications that contextualize CBPR principles for working with specific populations. This information has direct application for conducting research with tribal communities, and confirms the importance of using CBPR approaches in this setting.

PMID:
20150951
PMCID:
PMC2818123
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