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Using participatory action research approaches, the RWHP uses a variety of strategies as part of our community campaigns, mobilizations and material development projects. We have written extensively on issues pertaining to popular health education and our research projects.

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Research Papers


Using participatory action research approaches, the RWHP uses a variety of strategies as part of our community campaigns, mobilizations and material development projects. We have written extensively on issues pertaining to popular health education and our research projects.

Download a copy of one of our scientific papers to learn more about our approach.

Promotores as Researchers Paper

Promotores as Researchers:
Expanding the Promotor Role in Community-Based Research

Health Promotion Practice | March 22, 2011

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Topic: Promotores

Eliciting behavior change Paper

Eliciting behavior change in a US sexual violence and intimate partner violence prevention program through utilization of Freire and discussion facilitation.
Health Promotion International, Oxford Journals | April 28, 2010

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Topic: Sexual Violence

Entre Nosotras Paper

Entre Nosotras: Mexican Immigrant Women in Rural Florida Advancing the Prevention of HIV/AIDS. Anecdotes from the Entre Nosotras Project
White paper | March 25, 2010
Click here for spanish version

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Topic: Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer Results and Findings Paper

Creando Nuestra Salud (Creating Our Health) - Results and Findings from a Breast Cancer Education Program with Rural Hispanic Women
Florida Public Health Review | October 3, 2008

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Topic: Breast Cancer

Tell a Church Paper

Tell A Church - Lessons Learned from a Church-based Tuberculosis Health Education Program
Florida Public Health Review | Aug. 7, 2008

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Topic: Tuberculosis

Breaking down internal barriers Paper

Creando Nuestra Salud: Breaking down internal barriers to breast health among Spanish-speaking, Hispanic women in Florida and Kentucky
APHA presentation | 20078

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Topic: Breast Cancer

CNS Report

In 2011, CNS has it greatest impact. This overview highlights findings from outreach to 1200 women in North Central Florida.

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Topic: Breast Cancer