Proyectos en inglés
Aquí podrás encontrar una breve descripción de las áreas de trabajo y proyectos en específico que nuestros miembros desarrollan en lengua inglesa, además de la información de contacto de sus impulsores.
Áreas de trabajo
Evaluation of Participatory Health Research
Lead: Prof. Nina Wallerstein, Center for Participatory Research (CPR) at School of Medicine, University of New Mexico
The UNM Center for Participatory Research will provide leadership and methodologic expertise on the development and implementation of qualitative and quantitative methods for evaluating Participatory Health Research Projects. This includes either leading or collaborating on evaluation designs, questions, methods, and measures on the various dimensions of PHR evaluation:
If you would like to design or conduct a PHR evaluation with ICPHR partners or that reflect ICPHR goals; develop a review of evaluation protocols, validity issues or other dimensions of PHR evaluation; or have a manuscript/concept paper on PHR evaluation issues to post, please send an email to Nina Wallerstein, project lead. To learn more about this project visit our project page.
Interactive Knowledgebase and Impact Projects
Co-leads: Dr. Tina Cook and Prof. Jane Springett
Northumbria University and University of Alberta
It is rational to expect that research that holds participatory practices at its centre is likely to have different types of impact on knowledge creation, learning and change compared with research where the public are asked to comment on aspects of research design. The wide and often imprecise use of the term ‘participatory’ has led to difficulties in articulating expected impact from such research.
Two interconnected projects, building an interacting knowledge base and accessing impact, are jointly facilitated through the University of Alberta, Canada and the University of Northumbria, UK.
If you are interested in contributing to the knowledge base and/or accessing impact project, visit our project page.
Theory of PHR
Lead: Prof.Sonia Acioli
Popular Education, Health and Nursing Research Group, Faculty of Nursing, Public Health Department, University of State of Rio de Janeiro.
This focus area is interested in identifying concepts, frameworks, methodology and theoretical foundations used by PHR researchers. We want to explore the core theoretical approaches being used by PHR members.
We will be organizing a short online survey that will focus on the following questions and activities:
If you would you like top join us, please send an email to project lead, Sonia Acioli or visit our project page.
Training in PHR
Lead: Prof. Irma Brito
Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Coimbra and Universidade de Cabo Verde
ESEnfC/UICISA:E/PEER provides leadership and methodological expertise to the ICPHR network for promoting the use of participatory research through competency building. This includes the dissemination of PHR training courses, leading PHR training course in Portuguese, assessing the impact of PHR training, and collaborate on other issues addressing training topics as identified by ICPHR network members.
ESEnfC/UICISA:E/PEER has the capacity to undertake PHR training courses on different levels and in different languages (Portuguese, French, Spanish and English). We also assist organizations in exploring capacity for developing PHR competencies among health professionals at all levels of their academic training.
We are just beginning to organize a survey in order to identify PHR training courses, frameworks, methodology and theoretical foundations used in PHR training.
If you are interested in building capacity on PHR, conducting a PHR training course according to the ICPHR framework or have a training course to post, visit our project page.
Proyectos en específico
Actualizado: 28 Enero 2015