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Pratt, B., Srinivas, P. N., & Seshadri, T. (2022). How is inclusiveness in health systems research priority-setting affected when community organizations lead the process?. Health Policy & Planning, 37(7), 811–821. 
Added by: Prashanth NS (6/8/23, 10:07 PM)   
Resource type: Journal Article
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 2681080
BibTeX citation key: Pratt2022a
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Categories: Health
Keywords: Associations, community organization, engagement, etc., Government programs, Health planning, Health research, inclusion, India, indigenous, institutions, involvement, partnership, priority-setting, Research
Creators: Pratt, Seshadri, Srinivas
Collection: Health Policy & Planning
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Community engagement is gaining prominence in health research. But communities rarely have a say in the agendas or conduct of the very health research projects that aim to help them. One way thought to achieve greater inclusion for communities throughout health research projects, including during priority-setting, is for researchers to partner with community organizations (COs). This paper provides initial empirical evidence as to the complexities such partnerships bring to priority-setting practice. Case study research was undertaken on a three-stage CO-led priority-setting process for health systems research. The CO was the Zilla Budakattu Girijana Abhivrudhhi Sangha, a district-level community development organization representing the Soliga people in Karnataka, India. Data on the priority-setting process were collected in 2018 and 2019 through in-depth interviews with researchers, Sangha leaders and field investigators from the Soliga community who collected data as part of the pr
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