An evaluation of a public partnership project between academic institutions and young people with Black African, Asian and Caribbean heritage

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Topic:

  • Children and young people
  • Impact and evaluation
  • Inclusive opportunities
  • Working with communities

Resource type:

  • Article

Authors:

  • Alice Moult, Natalie Knight, Nathan Medina, Opeyemi Babatunde, Tom Kingstone, Helen Duffy, Kate Fryer, Krysia Canvin, Laura Swaithes, Lucy Brading, Lucy Bray, Wanda Russell & Krysia Dziedzic

Publication date:

  • 19th March 2024

Date added to Learning for Involvement:

  • 30th April 2024
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Description:

The goal of this paper is to evaluate the Reinvent project for key learnings on how to engage and build partnerships with young people from Black African, Asian and Caribbean heritage communities.

Reinvent aimed to promote Public Involvement (PI) in health research. Academics worked with a community group to develop a community partnership with young people from Black African, Asian and Caribbean heritage communities.

Reinvent has shown that academic institutions and young people from an under-served community can partner to co-design workshops and apply evaluation tools.

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