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True or False? A mission statement states the purpose of the partnership, while by-laws are the official rules and regulations which govern the partnership.
True of False? When engaging and mobilizing a group of partners for a CBPR partnership, it is important that there be a diversity of people within the group.
Organizational structure of your partnership will depend on factors such as:
Number and size of projects developed
Type and capacity of partners involved
All of the above
True or False? Creating the "glue" refers to the adhesive substance of a partnership that promotes and sustains trust, communication, connectedness, and meaningful work efforts and products.
Which of the following is a NOT a primary ethical principle?
Respect for human dignity
Respect for free and informed consent
Balancing harms and benefits
Which one of the following characteristics does not need to be considered when developing CBPR partnerships?
Willing and committed
Do not strive for cultural competency
Knowledgeable about the community
Have connections to the community
Mission statement of by-laws should acknowledge the values which the partnership seeks to uphold, including:
Unequal participation by all partners of partnership activities
Recognition that all partners have the same expertise
Recognition that CBPR is a collaborative process
Recognition that health is simply the absence of disease
True or False? "Community Board", "Community Action Board", "Community Advisory Board" and "Steering Committees" are all considered to be the same thing.
One of the eight key principles of CBPR that supports successful research partnerships and are widely cited is:
Involves a non-cyclical and non-iterative process
Builds on the strengths and resources within the community
Disseminates findings only to certain partners
Addresses health from only ecological perspectives
True or False? Informed consent for CBPR is not required. It is only required for traditional experimental research.
True or False? Norms must be imposed on a partnership.
"Key informants" are people who are:
Can provide limited to no help at all
Leaders on research teams in CBPR
People you may know or trust within a field of study
Board members of an organization
True or False? If community members are involved in the grant writing process, the proposal is more likely to address health issues/problems in a way that would be more acceptable to the community.
Emphasis needs to be placed on developing norms and principles for working together such as:
Equitable involvement of all partners in all aspects
Agreeing to disagree
Value of diverse cultures and expertise
All of the above
True or False? CBPR principles reflect the over-arching values and goals of the partnership.
Staff members working on behalf of the partnership can include the following positions:
Partnership and Project Staff
All of the above
Principles can include the following, except:
Dissemination of findings
Conduct of research
Emphasis on the involvement of only the community
Emphasis on the involvement of both the community and the practitioner
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