RPRC:NCDHR is a Prevention Research Center (PRC) focused on Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR). CBPR is a collaborative process of research that involves researchers and community partners in all phases of research. RPRC:NCDHR partners with the communities listed below and a number of other organizations. RPRC:NCDHR gives the communities an unprecedented opportunity to express their concerns, issues, and priorities.
The Rochester Prevention Research Center (RPRC) has a strong commitment to community based participatory research (CBPR). CBPR is a way to involve community partners in all stages of RPRC research. After discussion with many stakeholders we decided on a new approach for RPRC collaboration with the Deaf Community. We are forming several small community committees, one for each RPRC project. To read more about the communtiy committees being formed, please click here.
The HL2 is a community committee of people with hearing loss. This group works with RPRC:NCDHR providing the community perspective of people with hearing loss. Click on the links below for more information about the HL2.
Meets with the RPRC:NCDHR once a year and helps provide a national perspective on RPRC:NCDHR's strategies and goals.
The LPAB is a community partner of RPRC:NCDHR consisting of representatives from the Deaf Community, people with hearing loss, public agencies, providers, educational institutions, DHCC and HL2 representatives, and other organizations.