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Module 6: Research to Practice
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Objectives:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  1. Explain community needs, assets, resources, and the social determinants of health, in order to work effectively with communities to address health problems and improve health outcomes.
  2. Describe the principles, elements and value of community engaged research (CER), and understand how it is different from a traditional research approach.
  3. Discuss how to translate and disseminate research findings into effective healthcare practices.

 

Class Lecture Material

Community Engagement (Video - 27:24 minutes)

Community Engagement (PowerPoint)

Community Engagement Transcript (PDF)

 

Community Engaged Research (Video - 34:59 minutes)

Community Engaged Research (PowerPoint)

Community Engaged Research Transcript (PDF)

 

Translating Research to Practice (Video - 20:36 minutes)

Translating Research to Practice (PowerPoint)

Translating Research to Practice Transcript (PDF)

 

Supplemental Material

Community Engagement Supplemental Material (PDF)

Community Engaged Research Supplemental Material (PDF)

 

Resources

Research to Practice - PowerPoint References (PDF)

Research to Practice - Resources (PDF)

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