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  Volume 7, Issue 3, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Maximizing Community Contributions

Editorial

Amplifying the Community Voice in Community–Academic Partnerships: A Summary of and Commentary on a Thematic Issue

pp. 231-233
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Work-In-Progress and Lessons Learned

“I Know What CBPR Is, Now What Do I Do?”: Community Perspectives on CBPR Capacity Building

pp. 235-241
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Beyond the Manuscript: Podcast Interview Transcript

pp. 243-253
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Creating a Community–Physical Therapy Partnership to Increase Physical Activity in Urban African-American Adults

pp. 255-262
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Beyond Incentives for Involvement to Compensation for Consultants: Increasing Equity in CBPR Approaches

pp. 263-270
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The Developmental Stages of a Community–University Partnership: The Experience of Padres Informados/Jovenes Preparados

pp. 271-279
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Rural Community–Academic Partnership Model for Community Engagement and Partnered Research

pp. 281-290
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Community Capacity Building: A Collaborative Approach to Designing a Training and Education Model

pp. 291-299
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External Community Review Committee: A New Strategy for Engaging Community Stakeholders in Research Funding Decisions

pp. 301-312
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Community Perspective

Rural Oregon Community Perspectives: Introducing Community-Based Participatory Research into a Community Health Coalition

pp. 313-322
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Time, Dual Roles, and Departments of Public Health: Lessons Learned in CBPR by an AIDS Service Organization

pp. 323-330
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Theory Methods

Using the Delphi and Snow Card Techniques to Build Consensus Among Diverse Community and Academic Stakeholders

pp. 331-339
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Practical Tools

  The Development of the Bronx Community Research Review Board: A Pilot Feasibility Project for a Model of Community Consultation

pp. 341-352
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Commentary

Ethical Engagement of Communities, Institutions, and Providers in Research: Lessons From the Community

pp. 353-355
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Research Areas

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