Kathryn Conway

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Community action research is an effective mechanism to improve the relationship between research and public health practice. The Alcohol and Public Health Research Unit (APHRU) and its Maöri research partner Whariki have developed practice in building partnerships with communities characterized by mutual respect of the different resources the partners bring(More)
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  • Peter Alstone, Uc Berkeley, +16 authors Author
  • 2014
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This paper discusses the evolution of a two-and-a-half year pilot community action project aimed at developing strategies to reduce alcohol-use-related crashes in a rural police district in New Zealand. Formative evaluation aimed to assist an intersectoral coordinating group identify and implement strategies. Initially the idea was to establish(More)
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