Dr. Wallerstein provides a theoretical overview of Community Based Participatory Research, emphasizing the significance of developing opportunities for bidirectional learning and communication between researchers and community experts as a means of creating long-term, meaningful research partnerships. Provides examples from three community-based health research projects.
K awards provide support for senior postdoctoral fellows or faculty-level candidates. K awards are designed to promote the career development of specific groups of individuals based on their past training and career stage. The objective of these programs is to bring candidates to the point where they are able to conduct their research independently and are competitive for major grant support.
Thanks to University of Colorado, Denver and Naomi Nishi, Associate Director for Educational Outreach, for the following videos covering how to plan, apply and implement K-awards:
K Award Grant Planning: https://vimeo.com/163614331
K Overview: https://vimeo.com/129571625
K Candidate Statement: https://vimeo.com/130154790
K Career Development Plan: https://vimeo.com/130251459
K Research Plan: https://vimeo.com/130252553
K Mentorship: https://vimeo.com/130254220
Don't forget that GMaP offers travel scholarships. Learn more and apply online.