Positive Practices Identified to Engage People Living with Vulnerable Conditions

CUP Staff - 23 February 2017

CUP researchers identify positive practices to engage people living with vulnerable conditions. Using Concept mapping, the study revealed 7 clusters of positive practices that Community-Based Research (CBR) practitioners use when conducting research with people living with vulnerable conditions. The study also aimed to explore connections among practices, comprehend how often CBR practitioners use these practices, and assess how effective CBR practitioners believe these practices are for contributing to positive, respectful, and collaborative research environments. The complete article can be read in the Wiley On-Line Library, Journal of Community Psychology.