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Community-Based Participatory Research for Improved Mental Healthcare

A Manual for Clinicians and Researchers

Roberts, Laura

2013, XXI, 168 p.

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From the reviews:

“Laura Weiss Roberts and her coauthors present an outstanding new contribution to those of us engaged in community-based participatory research (CBPR) in the hope that they can bring a common language and clarity to a highly diverse and diffuse research enterprise. … The book provides a primer for engaging in CBPR and would be particularly valuable to psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, and community activists who seek to engage with groups and communities.” (Michael B. Blank and Marlene M. Eisenberg, PsycCRITIQUES, Vol. 58 (45), November, 2013)

“This is a guide for mental health researchers and community members who wish to partner/collaborate in community-based participatory research to improve mental healthcare. … The target audience is medical, academic, and institutional professionals, as well as community leaders and advocates interested in pursuing community-based research studies.” (Howard M. Kravitz, Doody’s Book Reviews, May, 2013)



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