(1) Capture researchers’ experience with patient and other stakeholders engagement in research (2) describe the role of patients and stakeholders in research projects, and (3) describe engagement in research from the researcher point of view.
Based on the principles of community-engaged research this tool aims to quantitatively measure community engagement participation in health research.
To review and score project plans to assess planners’ intentions to elicit community participation along five dimensions: WHO is to participate? In WHAT activities? And through which process or HOW, given the PROJECT CHARACTERISTICS, and the conditions in the TASK ENVIRONMENT?
To evaluate the community-based participatory process as an indicator of success.
An assessment tool intended to measure important dimensions of the relationship between researchers and community members collaborating on community-based programming and research.
Two instruments meant to (1) routinely evaluate team collaboration skills and assess your growth, and (2) assess how your team is doing at encouraging participation and collaboration at your meetings.