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Anonymization—the removal of identifying information from data—is one way of preparing data for secondary use. This process has not received much attention from scholars, but close examination shows that it is full of methodological, ethical and theoretical tensions. Qualitative research focuses...
The phrase “Web 2.0” is supposed to have been coined at a conference brainstorming session about the new types of websites emerging after the dot.com collapse.1 Web 2.0 sites, like the Wikipedia and Flickr, are often characterized by broad participation in content creation. They leverage the web...
Evolution of a Community-Based Participatory Approach in a Rural and Remote Dementia Care Research ProgramDownload
McBain, Lesley, Bracken, Joanne, Kirk, Andrew, O’Connell, Megan, Crossley, Margaret, Dal Bello-Haas, Vanina, Kosteniuk, Julie, D'Arcy, Carl, Forbes, Dorothy, Cammer, Allison, Stewart, Norma, Morgan, Debra
Abstract Background: Community–based participatory research (CBPR) approaches are valuable strategies for addressing complex health and social problems and powerful tools to support effective transformation of social and health policy to better meet the needs of diverse stakeholders. Objectives:...
Background. The Aklavik H. pylori Project (AHPP) (www.canhelpworkinggroup.ca) is a community-driven project examining Helicobacter pylori infection and its influence on health in a diverse Aboriginal community in the Northwest Territories. Initial research revealed that 58% of 333 participants...