Session 53: PP2 -> The Joys and Challenges of Collaborative Research: A Workshop on How to Build and Maintain Researcher/Practitioner Collaborations
Time: 9:30AM to 11:00 AM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Clark 5
Session Chair: Carolyn Rebecca Block, Illinois Crim Justice Info Authority
When Research Makes Sense: The Advantages of Practitioner-Informed Research on Delinquent Girls
by: Joanne Belknap, University of Colorado - Boulder (Corresponding)
Bonnie K. Cady, Colorado Division of Youth Corrections
F. Jerald Adamek, FNF Associates, Inc.
The How and Why of Collaborative Research: Lessons From the Chicago Women's Health Risk Project
by: Carolyn Rebecca Block, Illinois Crim Justice Info Authority (Corresponding)
Debra Clemons, Chicago Department of Health
Barbara Engel, Domestic Violence Advocate
Teresa Johnson, CWHRS
Sara Naureckas, Erie Family Health Centers
Kim A. Riordan, Cook County Hospital
Gail Radford Walker, CWHRS
Discussants:
Beth Richie, University of Illinois at Chicago

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