Service-learning is a structured learning experience that integrates community service and classroom instruction to enhance learning by health professionals and students.Read More
RHCP periodically hosts training, education and project-specific summits around key decisions. If you are interested in learning more about Community-Based Participatory Research, would like more information about a specific project, or would like to share information with our partnership, please contact us.
We conduct ongoing, regularly scheduled program update meetings. If you are interested in attending, please contact us.
CBPR is a collaborative research approach designed to ensure and establish structures for participation by communities affected by the issue being studied, representatives of organizations, and researchers in all aspects of the research process to improve health and well-being through taking action, including social change.Read More
A barrier to the CBPR approach is that community research capacity is often quite limited, thereby prohibiting community members from full involvement in the research process.Read More
To build community capacity for research and foster a deeper understanding of the research process by community members, RHCP conducts thorough and continual training in the protection of human research participants with community members, advisors and volunteers.Read More