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UIUC PSYC 239 - Implementation Models

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Slide 1AnnouncementsImplementation ModelsCommunity-Based ResearchCommunity-Based ResearchHow to Involve Community?Is the Research Good for the Community?Participatory Action ResearchParticipatory Action ResearchYou Decide: Is it Approved?Implementation Part 1PSYC 239, Class 21March 9, 2020Announcements Reflection Paper #7 due before Saturday 9pm Only three more opportunities to write a reflection paper remaining! Can reflect on implementation content this week Counting off 1 point for each 100 words over word limit Deadline to drop course without a W: Friday, March 13 Midsemester Feedback Survey by 11am on Wednesday https://illinoislas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0N87qT8WmND2c85Implementation Models•Researchers and policy makers “push” communities and organizations to adopt evidence-based programs.Research to practice models:•Communities ask what kinds of programs work for the problems we are facing, and how can we adopt them for our community?Community-centered models:Community-Based Research Guest/Host vs. Collaboration What kind of hosts have scientists been?Tuskegee Syphilis ExperimentBirth Control Pill Trials in Puerto RicoCommunity-Based Research Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) oversee human subjects research Benefits of research must be available to participants E.g., if you find a cure in research, you must give it to participants Within community psychology, broader interpretation: Research should benefit communities where we work Involve communities to reduce chance of exploitationHow to Involve Community?Two Models:1)Community research panel2)Include community member(s) on research team•Either model may be appropriate based on research needs and dynamics of team, etc.Is the Research Good for the Community?•Who is actually benefitting from this research? •Will researchers share their findings with community members in a form useful to them? •Did citizens gain knowledge, skills, funding, or other resources to pursue their own goals? •Have the researchers and the community members built an ongoing alliance for future collaborations? •Will the research methods or findings promote social justice?Participatory Action Research Participatory research: involves key stakeholders (e.g., community members, those affected by the social problem, etc.) in decision-making roles “Nothing about us without us” Action research: a cycle of activities in which research (assessment) continually informs action (implementation). Research is conducted with the goal of informing action. ActObserveReflectPlanParticipatory Action Research What are some costs of participatory research? What are some benefits of participatory research?You Decide: Is it


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