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Principles of Community Engagement (2nd ed.)
Donna Jo McCloskey (ed); Sergio Aguilar-Gaxiola (ed)
When Principles of Community Engagement was first published in 1997, it filled an important vacuum, providing community members, health professionals, and researchers with clear principles to guide and assess their collaborative efforts The need for such guidance has not lessened in the subsequent years. Support for collaborative work has grown, but with this growing support has come an increasing volume and diversity of initiatives, terminology, approaches, and literature This new ed. of Principles adheres to the same key principles laid out in the original booklet. It distills critical messages from the growing body of information and commentary on this topic. At the same time, it provides more detailed practical information about the application of the principles, and it responds to changes in our larger social context, including the increasing use of ńˇývirtual communitiesńˇŁ and the growing interest in community-engaged health research. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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