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9 things to look for when assembling a community research team (01 Apr 16)

What use is data if it doesn’t lead to action?

When you plan research, you usually have experts design the study, gather the data and analyze the results. This promises consistency, adheres to accepted professional practices and yields results other experts assume to be dependable and trustworthy.

However sometimes you may gain a lot if you include community members in the team.

Indeed, community members have some …

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