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research

[ri′sərch]
(science and technology)
Scientific investigation aimed at discovering and applying new facts, techniques, and natural laws.
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The Science of Primary Health-Care Improvement: Potential and Use of Community-Based Participatory Research by Practice-Based Research Networks for Translation of Research Into Practice.
The three R's: how community based participatory research strengthens the rigor, relevance and reach of science.
The participatory research is connected to a radical shift in understanding, who is the addressee of the research: it is no longer an academic community, but rather people of the neighbourhood and other stakeholders, which are involved into the neighbourhood processes.
As the authors rightfully mention in the narrative, participatory research method does not eliminate the researcher's emotional and physical risks and as such also leaves the researcher vulnerable to different kinds of abuses during the data collection as the researcher has to participate in the respondents' daily activities.
12,17-20) Full involvement of marginalized youth in participatory research requires that they be involved in all aspects of the research process from inception to dissemination.
Agency for Healthcare Reseach and Quality: Activities Using Community-Based Participatory Research to Address Health Care Disparities.
This work comprises part of the project 'Integrated Pest Management of the Coffee Berry Borer through Participatory Research with Small Coffee Growers, financially supported by Cenicafe and Colciencias in Colombia.
This participatory research approach has led to an agricultural revolution, one that will provide multiple benefits in addition to increased productivity," she said.
We met with the researcher and received information sheets about the project, which explained that the aim was to set up a participatory research group.
The study comprised multimedia fortnightly meetings that aimed to explore the possibilities and limitations of participatory research with young people.
Our community-based participatory research approach engaged over 1,200 youth, as well as university-based researchers, public health professionals, and community agencies in a genuine collaboration conducted in partnership with Planned Parenthood Toronto.

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