Collaborative approach to research that engages all levels of the community/research team to draw on different strengths. The overall goal is to promote social change and to improve the health of the community.
A collaborative process between the researcher and community partner that creates and disseminates knowledge and creative expression with the goal of contributing to the discipline and strengthening the well-being of the community.
Public health officials, healthcare workers, business owners, public servants, and other community members working together to promote improved population health.
Public health workers help communities identify health and social problems, and they plan and implement strategies to address these problems. Active community participation is instrumental to the success of this model.
A branch of Community Based Participatory Research that emphasizes true power sharing and collaboration in all phases of research.
Academic institutions collaborate with various community organizations in order to provide information and integrate within the community to promote and develop health policy in order to boost overall community health.
Patients, doctors, nurses, community health workers, and reseachers working together to achieve a healthier and more effective health care work environment.
Planning model designed to teach students about health promotion. A framework for planning, intervention, and evaluation. Based on the assumption that theories will be effective if they, 1) come from the community 2) are planned … Continued
Areas with lower population density than big cities. Rural areas have high rates of poverty, unemployment, and inequity compared to urban areas.
The social ecological model conceptualizes health broadly and focuses on multiple factors that might affect health. This broad approach to thinking of health, advanced in the 1947 Constitution of the World Health Organization, includes physical, … Continued
A concept that is incorporated into health promotion interventions- which can be instrumental, informational, emotional, or appraising. Involves community engagement in the form of fostering a social network.