Principles for Establishing Trust When Developing a Substance Abuse Intervention With a Native American Community
Creative nursing 2011; 17(2): 68-73
This article traces the development of a research project with a Native American community. Four principles were used to guide the development of the "Community Partnership to Affect Cherokee Adolescent Substance Abuse" project using a community-based participatory research approach. The principles suggest that establishing trust is key when developing and conducting research with a Native American community.
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