Community engagement is an ethical imperative for health research and response in humanitarian settings. While communities can be engaged at any stage of the research cycle, their role in contributing to uptake of new evidence produced through research is rarely described, and little practical guidance is available to support researchers on this topic. Our Research for Health in Humanitarian Crisis (R2HC) programme commissioned a rapid literature review to inform the content of an online training course for its grantees.
The findings of the literature review informed the development of an online training for R2HC grantees “Community Engagement for Research Uptake in Humanitarian Settings”. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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