Community-Based Participatory Research focus of August’s “Health Education Research” Journal

Volume 27, Issue 4, August 2012

The role of Community-Based Participatory Research and its potential in reducing worldwide health disparities is described in the latest issue of Health Education Research.  The Executive Editor of the journal is Dr. Michael Eriksen, founding Dean of GSU’s future School of Public Health.  Collaborating with Dr. Eriksen as guest editor is Dr. Richard Rothenberg of GSU’s Institute of Public Health.  Their introductory editorial explains,

“In this issue of Health Education Research, various aspects of Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) are examined. Researchers from Australia, Brazil, India, Lebanon, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States examine topics as diverse as vector control, mental health among refugee youth, food insecurity, diabetes, HIV, health disparities and homelessness, as well as the constructs of community capacity, community health workers, readiness, governance, social capital and empowerment.”

Health Education Research is available as an e-journal through the GSU Library’s online resources and may be reached here.  Articles in this issue include:

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Sharon is the subject librarian for Nutrition, Physical Therapy, Public Health, and Respiratory Therapy. She is available for research consultations by contacting her at sleslie@gsu.edu or 404-413-2855.
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