Community based participatory research

ALTERNATIVE LABELS
Community based research
Participatory action research
NARROWER TERMS


Report

Dalarinji - 'Your story': community roadmaps

This report sets out key findings from a project investigating the social, emotional and cultural wellbeing of Indigenous LGBTIQ+ people in New South Wales.
Survey

Setting an agenda for disability research in Australia: survey results

This report presents the results of a survey completed by 973 people with involvement or interest in Australian disability research. It is part of multi-phase research agenda setting exercise that has been conducted to understand existing disability research in Australia and consult with the disability...
Report

Setting an agenda for disability research in Australia: synthesis and refinement

This report presents findings from the third phase of the research agenda development project funded by the National Disability Research Partnership (NDRP).
Report

Setting an agenda for disability research in Australia: consultation report

This report presents the results of the Phase 2b consultation conducted with 974 individuals from 21 non-government organisations, including service providers and disabled peoples’ organisations, the First Nations-focused National Disability Research Agenda survey and online focus groups and in-depth interviews with people with augmentative and...
Journal article

Co-creation, co-design, co-production for public health: a perspective on definition and distinctions

The terms ‘co-creation’, ‘co-design’ and ‘co-production’ have been used interchangeably to describe the development of initiatives involving multiple stakeholders. While commonalities exist across these concepts, they have essential distinctions for public health, particularly related to the role of stakeholders and the extent and timing of...
Journal article

Co-producing research with people impacted by dementia and service providers: issues and challenges

This article presents some of the issues and challenges faced by researchers in achieving shared power when utilising co-production methodology in academic settings.
Journal article

Applying collective impact in Aboriginal health services and research: three case studies tell an important story

In this article, the authors argue that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health is an important public policy priority that requires new and different approaches to service delivery and research.
Journal article

A personal reflection on co-creation in public health: a dream partly realised

This article considers the challenges in co-creation in public health over time.
Conference paper

How age and gender shape Australia’s vision of roads

This paper explores the potential application of the Social Licence to Operate the Road System (SLORS) to assist in determining the public’s support, tolerance, or opposition to road policy issues for different age and gender groups.
Journal article

Threats to valuing diverse voices in public debates about disability. A case study from social media

This study aimed to highlight the threats that use of social media poses to valuing diverse voices and different kinds of expertise about disability in public debates by exploring how disability advocates responded on social media to the evidence presented by researchers to the Royal...
Report

Mapping disability research in Australia 2018-2020

This mapping report provides a comprehensive picture of the current state of disability research in Australia in the period since the Audit of Disability Research Update Report was published in 2017.
Journal article

Lifestyle interventions through participatory research: a mixed-methods systematic review of alcohol and other breast cancer behavioural risk factors

The carcinogenic nature of alcohol has been known for over twenty years; however, this has failed to translate into significant behavioural, practice, or policy change. This systematic review examines peer-reviewed research studies where participants were involved in the research process and the outcomes related to...
Briefing paper

Four leverage points to improve how Australia makes its future

This is a snapshot of the first Next25 Recoded report that explores and synthesises 50 deeply reflective, one-on-one interviews with established and emerging leaders from a diverse cross-section of the future-making system.
Report

Next25 Recoded: understanding and improving how Australia makes its future

This report is the first output from Recoded, Next25's ongoing research and engagement program that builds the knowledge and support required to drive action that improves how Australia makes its future.
Report

Living our ways: a community-driven Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander disability research program

The underlying objective of this research was to elevate and promote the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability in research and policy.
Report

Death Literacy Index: a report on its development and implementation

The Death Literacy Index (DLI) provides a means to measure and research public health palliative care initiatives, including those under the umbrella of Compassionate Communities, by exploring the ways in which community members’ knowledge and practice are enhanced through these initiatives. This report provides an...
Journal article

Using Photovoice to examine physical activity in the urban context and generate policy recommendations: the Heart Healthy Hoods study

A current challenge in physical activity research is engaging citizens with co-creating policies that support physical activity participation. Using Photovoice, a participatory action research method, the objectives of this study were to:
Policy report

'Falling through the cracks'

The consultation findings presented in this paper confirm that the inability to access mental health services in a timely and effective manner leads to increased disadvantage and disengagement for culturally diverse individuals who are already highly vulnerable in many cases.
Journal article

Exploring community-based research values and principles: lessons learned from a Delphi study

Community-based research (CBR) is a relatively new methodology characterised by the co-generation of knowledge. As CBR is integrated into institutional frameworks, it becomes increasingly important to understand what differentiates CBR from other research. To date, there has been no systematic study of CBR values and...
Journal article

Brokering community–campus partnerships: an analytical framework

Academic institutions and community-based organizations have increasingly recognized the value of working together to meet their different objectives and address common societal needs. In an effort to support the development and maintenance of these partnerships, a diversity of brokering initiatives has emerged. We describe these...