Volume 7, Number 1, Spring 2017

Table of Contents

Editors’ Note

pp. v-vi
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Narrative Symposium: Community-Academic Partnerships in Research and Public Health

Introduction

Introduction: Community–Academic Partnerships in Research and Public Health

pp. 1-4
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Full Collection of Personal Narratives

Full Collection of Personal Narratives

pp. 4-40
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Individual Personal Narratives

Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Dancing Toward Equitable Collaboration

pp. 4-7
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Research Partnership Rather than Research on the Amish

pp. 7-9
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We Really Do Have the Same Goals: The Push and Pull of One Community–Academic Partnership to Support Congolese Refugee Women

pp. 9-12
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Dual Relationships in Specialty Care: Reflections from the Field

pp. 12-15
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A Storied Community: Piloting a Patient/Student Narrative Workshop at a Community Health Center

pp. 15-18
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Community-Academic Partnerships to Improve Hispanic Immigrant Health: Perspectives from a Doctoral Student

pp. 18-21
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Reflections on Cultivating Community–based Participatory Research Partnerships with the Afghan Immigrant Community

pp. 21-24
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Be Careful What You Wish for: A Community–Academic Student Partnership Story

pp. 24-27
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The Power of The Personal: Breaking Down Stereotypes and Building Human Connections

pp. 27-30
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Stigma as a Facet of Community–Academic Partnership

pp. 30-33
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The Engaged Dissertation—Conducting Community–Based Participatory Research with Rural Indigenous Communities as a Graduate Student

pp. 33-36
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A Community–Developed, Culturally–Based Palliative Care Program for African American and White Rural Elders with a Life–Limiting Illness: A Program By The Community for the Community

pp. 36-40
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Individual Personal Narratives(Web Only)

Youth Giving Voice in Research Ethics

pp. E1-E4
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Engaging the Disengaged Community: Opportunities, Strategies and Lessons Learned Working with African American Males

pp. E4-E7
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Engagement and Quality of Life in Under–represented Older Adults: A Community–Based Participatory Research Project

pp. E7-E9
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A Belgian Story of CBPR Among People with a Migration Background

pp. E9-E12
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Developing Trust, Multiple Identities, and Participatory Research: Select Examples

pp. E12-E14
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Advance Care Planning for the Homeless: A Community Collaboration

pp. E14-E15
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Commentary

A Deep Dive into Community Engagement

pp. 41-45
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The Common Denominator

pp. 47-50
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Toward an Ethics of Community–Academic Partnership

pp. 51-54
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Reciprocal Relationships: Something for Everyone

pp. 55-58
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Research Article

“Being Persistent without Being Pushy”: Student Reflections on Vaccine Hesitancy

pp. 59-70
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Case Study

To Enroll or Not to Enroll?: A Researcher Struggles with the Decision to Involve Study Participants in a Clinical Trial That Could Save Their Lives

pp. 71-77
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Sometimes Those Hoofbeats Are Zebras: A Narrative Analysis

pp. 79-85
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Reframing Medical Appropriateness: A Case Study Concerning the Use of Life-Sustaining Technologies for a Patient With Profoundly Diminished Quality of Life

pp. 87-95
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A Jehovah’s Witness Adolescent in the Labor and Delivery Unit: Should Patient and Parental Refusals of Blood Transfusions for Adolescents Be Honored?

pp. 97-106
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