Conducting a participatory community-based survey for a community health intervention on Detroit's east side.

@article{Schulz1998ConductingAP,
  title={Conducting a participatory community-based survey for a community health intervention on Detroit's east side.},
  author={Amy Jo Schulz and Edith A. Parker and Barbara A. Israel and Adam B. Becker and B J Maciak and R M Hollis},
  journal={Journal of public health management and practice : JPHMP},
  year={1998},
  volume={4 2},
  pages={10-24}
}
This article describes a participatory action research process that brought together community members, representatives from community-based organizations and service providers, and academic researchers to collect, interpret, and apply community information to address issues related to the health of women and children in a geographically defined urban area. It describes the development and administration of a community-based survey designed to inform an intervention research project; discusses… CONTINUE READING

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