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The Community and Patient Partnered Research Network (CPPRN): Application of Patient-Centered Outcomes Research to Promote Behavioral Health Equity.

  • Author(s): Arevian, Armen C;
  • Springgate, Benjamin;
  • Jones, Felica;
  • Starks, Sarah L;
  • Chung, Bowen;
  • Wennerstrom, Ashley;
  • Jones, Loretta;
  • Kataoka, Sheryl H;
  • Griffith, Krystal;
  • Sugarman, Olivia K;
  • Williams, Pluscedia;
  • Haywood, Catherine;
  • Kirkland, Angela;
  • Meyers, Diana;
  • Pasternak, Ryan;
  • Simmasalam, Rubinee;
  • Tang, Lingqi;
  • Castillo, Enrico G;
  • Mahajan, Anish;
  • Stevens, Max;
  • Wells, Kenneth B
  • et al.
Abstract

Objective

We describe the rationale, development, and progress on the Community and Patient Partnered Research Network (CPPRN). The CPPRN builds on more than a decade of partnered work and is designed to promote health equity by developing partnered research on behavioral health and social risk factors in Los Angeles and New Orleans.

Setting

A community-academic partnership across Los Angeles County and New Orleans.

Methods

Review of rationale, history, structure, activities and progress in applying community partnered participatory research (CPPR) to CPPRN.

Findings

Patient and community stakeholders participated in all phases of development, including local and national activities. Key developments include partnered planning efforts, progress on aggregating a large, de-identified dataset across county agencies, and development of an information technology-supported screening approach for behavioral and social determinants in health care, social, and community-based settings.

Conclusion

The CPPRN represents a promising approach for research data networks, balancing the potential benefit of information technology and data analytic approaches while addressing potential risks and priorities of relevant stakeholders.

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