Title

Video 2: Community-Engaged Research: Benefits to Community and Academic Partners

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Video File

Original Date

2014

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Vicissitude Productions

Preferred citation: Haley, A., Walker, A., & Holton, V. (Producers) & Polk, J. C. (Principal) (2014). Community-Engaged Research: Benefits to Community and Academic Partnerships. Richmond, VA: Vicissitude Productions.

Date of Submission

September 2014

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Abstract

Community-engaged research enhances research by engaging academic and community partners, benefiting both the researcher and community members. By harnessing community expertise, researchers develop "on the ground knowledge" which generates new ideas beyond that of traditional research models. In turn, the knowledge base, skill sets, and resource availability for both the researcher and community members expand, effecting positive change at multiple levels. This video highlights the benefits of community-engaged research to community and academic partners.

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VCU Community-Engaged Research

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